California’s Water Future A Sobering One (or, Barely Getting By In The Wettest Century in 2,000 Years)

From The Trout Underground Fly Fishing Blog
September 19, 2013 - 3:28pm

California water expert Bill Patzert (a climatologist with the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory) lays out California’s water situation in two very sobering paragraphs: Our water supply depends on the snowpack in the northern Sierra and the eastern Rockies. It also depends on the population growth in the Southwest. We share the Colorado with seven states […]

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