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L.A. may store water under a lake drained to fill its faucets


January 2, 2020
By Phys.org

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Los Angeles – Quick shifts in climate have prompted Los Angeles to consider an unlikely place to bank some of its Sierra Nevada snowmelt: beneath dry Owens Lake, which the city drained starting in 1913 to fill the L.A. Aqueduct and supply a thirsty metropolis. Phys.org reports. | READ MORE