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California’s water infrastructure was designed to provide protection from the fluctuations between wet and dry years that characterize its climate. Over the last 100 years, engineers have built a sprawling network of reservoirs and canals to store and deliver a consistent, reliable supply of water...

California is a state of extremes in terms of its climate. Much of the state enjoys a Mediterranean-style climate, with wet winters followed by dry summers with little or no rain for months. Precipitation levels vary from one year to the next. Droughts come and...

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