California Reservoir WatchHere are the state's 10 biggest reservoirs--those of about 1 million acre feet and larger--and how their current storage compares to average conditions and levels a year ago. br> (Source for map data: CA DWR)
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From the Climate Watch Blog
Sep 23, 2012
A round-up of recent reporting on California agriculture from Climate Watch.
Aug 22, 2012
But returning to "Hollywood" showers will just make things worse.
Jul 31, 2012
But hope persists that we can blunt the worst impacts, if not slow down the warming.
Jul 31, 2012
"Extreme" rain and snow events happening more often in the south, less often up north.
From KQED Public Radio: California's Water
The California Report | Tuesday, Aug 27, 2013, 8:50 AM
Voters in Ojai, east of Santa Barbara, decide Tuesday whether to buy out the private company that provides their water. The little city is one of a number across the nation that have soured on private water over a series of rate hikes in recent years.
The California Report | Tuesday, Jun 19, 2012, 8:50 AM
There are more than 1,400 dams in California. When the earliest of them was built, the goals were clear: store water, control floods and generate electricity. Since then, new priorities have been added, such as protecting endangered species, which makes relicensing the dams a very pricey and lengthy process.
The California Report | Monday, Jun 18, 2012, 8:50 AM
While much is uncertain about California's warming climate, there's little doubt that it's already changing the fundamentals of how most of us get our water. And that has some far-reaching implications that could even show up on your electric bill.