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Pollution - Sewage & Trash Photos
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 Images
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 photography 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 Pictures
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 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 Breaking Wave - La Jolla
Breaking Wave - La Jolla
Spectators watch the huge sets roll in. December 2007.
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Stock images of Breaking Wave - Pacific Storm Surf
Breaking Wave - Pacific Storm Surf
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Breaking Wave - Pacific Storm Surf Stock Photography
Breaking Wave - Pacific Storm Surf
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Breaking Wave - Pacific Storm Surf Photos
Breaking Wave - Pacific Storm Surf
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Colorado River Aqueduct Images
Colorado River Aqueduct
Completed in 1941 the Colorado River Aqueduct carries water 242 miles from Lake Havasu on the Colorado River to Lake Matthews in western Riverside County.
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Stock photography of Colorado River Aqueduct
Colorado River Aqueduct
Completed in 1941 the Colorado River Aqueduct carries water 242 miles from Lake Havasu on the Colorado River to Lake Matthews in western Riverside County.
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Colorado River Aqueduct Pictures
Colorado River Aqueduct
Its capacity is 1.3 million acre-feet per year.
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Stock photos of Colorado River Aqueduct
Colorado River Aqueduct
Structures called siphons route the aqueduct underground which allows surface runoff during storms to flow across the aqueducts path.
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Pictures of Colorado River Aqueduct
Colorado River Aqueduct
Water exists one of many siphon structures.
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Stock images of Colorado River Aqueduct - Water Entering a Siphon
Colorado River Aqueduct - Water Entering a Siphon
Structures called siphons route the aqueduct underground which allows surface runoff during storms to flow across the aqueducts path.
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Colorado River Aqueduct Stock Photography
Colorado River Aqueduct
Completed in 1941 the Colorado River Aqueduct carries water 242 miles from Lake Havasu on the Colorado River to Lake Matthews in western Riverside County.
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Colorado River Aqueduct Photos
Colorado River Aqueduct
Completed in 1941 the Colorado River Aqueduct carries water 242 miles from Lake Havasu on the Colorado River to Lake Matthews in western Riverside County.
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Colorado River Aqueduct Images
Colorado River Aqueduct
Its capacity is 1.3 million acre-feet per year.
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Stock photography of Colorado River Aqueduct
Colorado River Aqueduct
Recognized as one of the seven wonders of American engineering by the American Society of Civil Engineers.
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Colorado River Aqueduct Pictures
Colorado River Aqueduct
Completed in 1941 the Colorado River Aqueduct carries water 242 miles from Lake Havasu on the Colorado River to Lake Matthews in western Riverside County.
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Stock photos of California Aqueduct
California Aqueduct
The California Aqueduct is a key part of the Central Valley Water Project which supplies the water needs of twenty million Californians and more than six hundred thousand irrigated acres of farmland.
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Pictures of California Aqueduct
California Aqueduct
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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Stock images of California Aqueduct
California Aqueduct
The California Aqueduct is a key part of the Central Valley Water Project which supplies the water needs of twenty million Californians and more than six hundred thousand irrigated acres of farmland.
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California Aqueduct Stock Photography
California Aqueduct
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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California Aqueduct Photos
California Aqueduct
The California Aqueduct is a key part of the Central Valley Water Project which supplies the water needs of twenty million Californians and more than six hundred thousand irrigated acres of farmland.
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California Aqueduct Images
California Aqueduct
The cable and floats are provided for self rescue for someone who has fallen into the channel.
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Stock photography of California Aqueduct - Wheeler Ridge Pump Station
California Aqueduct - Wheeler Ridge Pump Station
Wheeler Ridge Pump station is on the southern end of the San Joaquin Valley. Its the first step in the process of lifting water from the California Aqueduct vertically 2000 feet over the Tehachapi Mountains. From there it flows downhill to Los Angeles.
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California Aqueduct Pictures
California Aqueduct
The California Aqueduct is a key part of the Central Valley Water Project which supplies the water needs of twenty million Californians and more than six hundred thousand irrigated acres of farmland.
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Stock photos of California Aqueduct
California Aqueduct
Concrete structure at exit of bridge overpass.
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Pictures of California Aqueduct
California Aqueduct
Concrete structure at exit of bridge overpass.
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Stock images of California Aqueduct
California Aqueduct
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California Aqueduct Stock Photography
California Aqueduct
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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see also
| California All American Canal | California Aqueduct | California Coast | Colorado River Aqueduct | Hoover Dam |
| New River | Pollution |

keywords
Aqua, Aque, Aqueducts, Beach, Breakers, Chemical, Clearing, December 2005 Storm, December 2007 Storm Surf, Duct, Ducts,
Irrigate, Irrigation, Litter, Polluting, Pumping, Runoff, Spill, Stormwater, Surf, Swell, Trash, Wastewater, Wave,
White Water

external links - (Links to external website reference material.)
| Center for Land Use Interpretation Colorado River Aqueduct | DesertUSA Parker Dam | Encyclopedia Britannica Colorado River Aqueduct |
| US Department of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation |

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