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Breaking Waves Photos
Breaking Waves
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Breaking Waves Morro Bay Break Wall Images
Breaking Waves Morro Bay Break Wall
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Stock photography of California Aqueduct
California Aqueduct
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Pollution - New River Pictures
Pollution - New River
Untreated farm irrigation runoff containing pesticides and fertilizers flows directly into an already highly polluted New River.
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Stock photos of California Aqueduct Sign
California Aqueduct Sign
The California Aqueduct is a 444 mile long man made channel that carries water from northern to southern California. A typical section is concrete lined 40 feet wide with an average water depth of 30 feet.
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Pictures of California Aqueduct
California Aqueduct
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Stock images of California Aqueduct
California Aqueduct
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California Aqueduct Stock Photography
California Aqueduct
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Fish Die Offs - Tilapia at the Salton Sea Photos
Fish Die Offs - Tilapia at the Salton Sea
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Fish Die Offs - Tilapia at the Salton Sea Images
Fish Die Offs - Tilapia at the Salton Sea
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Stock photography of Fish Die Offs - Tilapia at the Salton Sea
Fish Die Offs - Tilapia at the Salton Sea
The Salton Sea has been in decline for years. Large scale fish die offs have become annual summer events since the late nineties. The major causes are believed to be the ever increasing salinity pollution from Mexico via the New River and agricultural runoff from the surrounding farmland on the southern end of the Sea. The pollutants include huge quantities of raw sewage industrial waste farm fertilizers and pesticides.
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Fish Die Offs - Tilapia at the Salton Sea Pictures
Fish Die Offs - Tilapia at the Salton Sea
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Stock photos of San Vicente Dam Raise Project
San Vicente Dam Raise Project
San Vicente Dam completed in 1943, is owned and operated by the San Diego County Water Authority. An impressive renovation is currently underway. The existing dam is 220 feet high and will be replaced by a new dam, built at its face. The new dam will rise 117 feet above the top of the current spillway and increase the total reservoir storage capacity from 90,000 acre feet of water to 152,000 acre feet. This is a photo taken during an HDS survey of the existing dam.
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Pictures of San Vicente Dam Raise Project
San Vicente Dam Raise Project
San Vicente Dam completed in 1943, is owned and operated by the San Diego County Water Authority. An impressive renovation is currently underway. The existing dam is 220 feet high and will be replaced by a new dam, built at its face. The new dam will rise 117 feet above the top of the current spillway and increase the total reservoir storage capacity from 90,000 acre feet of water to 152,000 acre feet. This is a photo taken during an HDS survey of the existing dam.
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Stock images of San Vicente Dam Raise Project
San Vicente Dam Raise Project
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San Vicente Dam Raise Project Stock Photography
San Vicente Dam Raise Project
San Vicente Dam completed in 1943, is owned and operated by the San Diego County Water Authority. An impressive renovation is currently underway. The existing dam is 220 feet high and will be replaced by a new dam, built at its face. The new dam will rise 117 feet above the top of the current spillway and increase the total reservoir storage capacity from 90,000 acre feet of water to 152,000 acre feet. This is a photo taken during an HDS survey of the existing dam.
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San Vicente Dam Raise Project Photos
San Vicente Dam Raise Project
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San Vicente Dam Raise Project Images
San Vicente Dam Raise Project
San Vicente Dam completed in 1943, is owned and operated by the San Diego County Water Authority. An impressive renovation is currently underway. The existing dam is 220 feet high and will be replaced by a new dam, built at its face. The new dam will rise 117 feet above the top of the current spillway and increase the total reservoir storage capacity from 90,000 acre feet of water to 152,000 acre feet. This is a photo taken during an HDS survey of the existing dam.
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Stock photography of San Vicente Dam Raise Project
San Vicente Dam Raise Project
Surveyor using HDS equipment to survey San Vicente Dam.
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San Vicente Dam Raise Project Pictures
San Vicente Dam Raise Project
San Vicente Dam completed in 1943, is owned and operated by the San Diego County Water Authority. An impressive renovation is currently underway. The existing dam is 220 feet high and will be replaced by a new dam, built at its face. The new dam will rise 117 feet above the top of the current spillway and increase the total reservoir storage capacity from 90,000 acre feet of water to 152,000 acre feet. This is a photo taken during an HDS survey of the existing dam.
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Stock photos of San Vicente Dam Raise Project
San Vicente Dam Raise Project
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Pictures of San Vicente Dam Raise Project
San Vicente Dam Raise Project
San Vicente Dam completed in 1943, is owned and operated by the San Diego County Water Authority. An impressive renovation is currently underway. The existing dam is 220 feet high and will be replaced by a new dam, built at its face. The new dam will rise 117 feet above the top of the current spillway and increase the total reservoir storage capacity from 90,000 acre feet of water to 152,000 acre feet. This is a photo taken during an HDS survey of the existing dam.
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Stock images of San Vicente Dam Raise Project
San Vicente Dam Raise Project
Surveyor using HDS equipment to survey San Vicente Dam.
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San Vicente Dam Raise Project Stock Photography
San Vicente Dam Raise Project
Surveyor using HDS equipment to survey San Vicente Dam.
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Breaking Wave - La Jolla Photos
Breaking Wave - La Jolla
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Surfer Riding Pacific Storm Surf Images
Surfer Riding Pacific Storm Surf
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Stock photography of Surfer Riding Pacific Storm Surf
Surfer Riding Pacific Storm Surf
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Surfer Riding Pacific Storm Surf Pictures
Surfer Riding Pacific Storm Surf
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Stock photos of Pollution - Sewage & Trash
Pollution - Sewage & Trash
Winter storms flush huge quantities of raw sewage and floating trash from Tijuana Mexico down the Tijuana River to be deposited in the river estuary and ultimately in the ocean.
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Pictures of Pollution - Sewage & Trash
Pollution - Sewage & Trash
Winter storms flush huge quantities of raw sewage and floating trash from Tijuana Mexico down the Tijuana River to be deposited in the river estuary and ultimately in the ocean.
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Stock images of Pollution - Sewage & Trash
Pollution - Sewage & Trash
Winter storms flush huge quantities of raw sewage and floating trash from Tijuana Mexico down the Tijuana River to be deposited in the river estuary and ultimately in the ocean.
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Pollution - Sewage & Trash Stock Photography
Pollution - Sewage & Trash
Winter storms flush huge quantities of raw sewage and floating trash from Tijuana Mexico down the Tijuana River to be deposited in the river estuary and ultimately in the ocean.
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see also
| California All American Canal | California Coast | Colorado River Aqueduct | Fish Die Offs | Hoover Dam | New River |
| Pollution | Salton Sea |

keywords
Aqua, Aque, Aqueducts, Beach, Big Sur, Bombay Beach, Breakers, Central Coast, Chemical, Clearing, Clearing Storm,
Dams, December 2005 Storm, Duct, Ducts, Irrigate, Irrigation, Litter, Monterey, Offs, Pesticides, Polluting, Reservoir,
Reservoirs, Runoff, Salinity, Sewage, Signs, Spill, Storm, Stormwater, Surf, Surfers, Surfing, Swell, Tilapia, Trash,
Wastewater, Water Resources, Watershed, Watersheds, Wave, White Water

external links - (Links to external website reference material.)
| California Department of Water Resources | Encyclopedia Britannica California Aqueduct |

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