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A Wet Winter Won’t Save California

As wildfires rage, crops are abandoned, wells run dry and cities work to meet mandatory water cuts, drought-weary Californians are counting on a savior in the tropical ocean: El Niño.

The New York Times:


October 27, 2015

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“With a fourth year of drought reinforcing the need to invest in additional water storage capacity – both above and below ground – to improve the resiliency of California’s water system, we need to consider ways to make storage investments work to enhance the state’s overall water system.”

Timothy Quinn

Executive Director, Association of California Water Agencies.

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