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Parched California tries to grab storm water before it escapes

from Scientific American

As surface water has dwindled during California’s epic drought, desperate farmers and municipalities have staged a run on other sources: the state's vast underground hydrological savings banks, such as aquifers beneath the Sacramento and San Joaquin river basins. Before the great dry spell, about 40 percent of California’s water supply came from these underground reservoirs. But by 2015, the percentage had jumped to 75. more


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