2 edition of Perspectives on California water supply found in the catalog.
Perspectives on California water supply
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Natural Resources. Subcommittee on Water and Power.
|LC Classifications||KF27 .I5473 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 97 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
|LC Control Number||2010478483|
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California water wars - Wikipedia. The book’s great value is to illuminate just how unnatural and precarious the West’s system of water supply is and how the system’s design.
And while California’s drinking water problems span the length of the state, about half of California’s failing water systems are concentrated in the agricultural San Joaquin Valley.
Every municipal water system has to have a water supply source that is both adequate and reliable for the city to be served. The primary water source of water for Washington, DC, is the Potomac River. I asked him: If I wanted to read just one book about water in California, should I choose Hundley’s The Great Thirst.
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Engineers are working to. As “Water & Power: A California Heist,” a National Geographic documentary, airing Tuesday, makes clear, the state is facing problems that go deeper than filling its reservoirs.
California’s drought, now in its fourth year, has only heightened tensions that naturally exist between a northern water supply and a southern demand. MORE: California Drought Special. GROSS: California's drought and water crisis is creating a water war as corporate farms and orchards, small farmers, suburbs, cities and new real estate developments compete for water.