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Officials on Tuesday continued to lower the water level on Lake Manatee as part of an inspection process to determine where erosion has set in on the 50-year-old dam. The water level is being lowered from 40 feet to 38 feet above sea level, and the
The Hindu The water-level in Krishnaraja Sagar reservoir stands at 109.39 ft; last year, it had only 77.5 ft of water (File photo) KRS and Kabini reservoirs have sufficient water for this summer The authorities monitoring water distribution in Mysore
30 am Share this item Agriculture lenders are contemplating the effect of California's recent dry spell on the North Bay wine industry, with both near and long-term implications under consideration for vineyards and other agricultural ventures in the
Our team of drought reporters answers a question a day at www.sacbee.com/water , where you can submit your own question. Why aren't we building more dams to store more water, instead of wasting money on a bullet train?...There are thousands of dams
Taipei, Feb. 16 (CNA) Grappling with dwindling water supplies in the southern city of Tainan, water resource officials are planning to give Mother Nature a helping hand by artificially increasing rainfall coming on an approaching weather front.
In one of his earliest boyhood memories, Dion Neutra walked out the front door of his family's Silver Lake home and down to the water's edge. It was the early 1930s, and the wall around Silver Lake Reservoir was so low that he could fling a fishing
Cull Canyon Reservoir could be drained within the year, doomed by a seismically unsafe dam combined with so much silt filling it that it is only 6 feet deep. It would cost millions to dredge the reservoir and strengthen the dam. Instead, Alameda
This event will be hard to miss, because the gates are so large that 600 miles of roadway between Folsom and Portland, Ore., will have to be closed in legs as they make their way south...The billion-dollar project at Folsom Dam, funded mostly by
California farmers could take a half-million acres of land out of production this year after state officials slashed water allocations to deal with the state's drought. Agriculture officials estimate
MailTribune.com Mail Tribune The first significant winter storms of the year are forecast to roll into Southern Oregon today, and over the ensuing week they could drop 2 feet of snow in the mountains and up to 3 inches of rain in the Rogue Valley.