Ground levels in some areas have dropped 1 to 2 feet in the last two years, creating deeper and wider “bowls” that continue to threaten the vital network of channels that transport water across Southern California, researchers say.
The findings underscore the fact that even as record rain and snow have brought much of California out of severe drought, some parts of the state will probably struggle with water problems for years to come.
By Garrison FrostFebruary 12, 2017
Speak out in defense of California's National Marine Sanctuaries
The Trump Adminstration wants to shrink or eliminate California's National Marine Sanctuaries -- and we can't let that happen. These places are too important for birds and people.