The land sank so much along the Delta-Mendota Canal that this bridge, once well above, now nearly touches the water. The canal is on the San Joaquin Valley’s west side.
The land sank so much along the Delta-Mendota Canal that this bridge, once well above, now nearly touches the water. The canal is on the San Joaquin Valley’s west side. California Department of Water Resources Special to The Bee
The land sank so much along the Delta-Mendota Canal that this bridge, once well above, now nearly touches the water. The canal is on the San Joaquin Valley’s west side. California Department of Water Resources Special to The Bee

San Joaquin Valley land sinks faster as drought continues

August 19, 2015 12:37 PM

UPDATED August 19, 2015 01:12 PM

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