The California Water Commission will evaluate projects that include surface storage, groundwater storage or projects that use both types of storage together. During the drought groundwater makes up about two-thirds of the amount of water used in the state.
The California Water Commission will evaluate projects that include surface storage, groundwater storage or projects that use both types of storage together. During the drought groundwater makes up about two-thirds of the amount of water used in the state. Garth Stapley Modesto Bee file
The California Water Commission will evaluate projects that include surface storage, groundwater storage or projects that use both types of storage together. During the drought groundwater makes up about two-thirds of the amount of water used in the state. Garth Stapley Modesto Bee file

Where to store water? Above ground or below ground?

March 28, 2015 05:00 PM

UPDATED May 07, 2015 01:11 PM

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