The California Aqueduct’s Flow May Be Reversed to Combat Drought

April 28, 2014 by  
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Some of California’s central districts are facing dangerously low supplies of water as the state’s megadrought continues. To address this scary prospect, 47 miles of the 400-mile California Aqueduct could have their flow reversed this summer. But even with this dramatic reversal of water flow, the affected districts would only be getting five percent of the normal water allotments and they won’t be getting it until September, 2014. Read the rest of The California Aqueduct’s Flow May Be Reversed to Combat Drought Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: aqueduct , aqueducts , California , california aqueduct , california department of water resources , california drought , central california districts , Drought , droughts , kern country water agency , megadrought , reversing aqueduct , water issues , water shortage , water shortages

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