The U.S. Geological Survey has found that the surface elevation near the vital California Aqueduct has declined a foot or more just this year. This decline, says Gerald H. Meral, has greatly affected canals, wells, roads and other infrastructure in various Central Valley locations.
The U.S. Geological Survey has found that the surface elevation near the vital California Aqueduct has declined a foot or more just this year. This decline, says Gerald H. Meral, has greatly affected canals, wells, roads and other infrastructure in various Central Valley locations. Daniel Casarez Vida File Photo
The U.S. Geological Survey has found that the surface elevation near the vital California Aqueduct has declined a foot or more just this year. This decline, says Gerald H. Meral, has greatly affected canals, wells, roads and other infrastructure in various Central Valley locations. Daniel Casarez Vida File Photo

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