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Some earthquakes on San Andreas fault are triggered by gravitational tug of sun and moon
The Plan to Make California Wet By Spreading Beavers Up and Down the State
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Progressive California: The Long Road Back from Proposition 13
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The Drunkest City in Each State
To save water, an underground movement to bank El Niño's rainfall
In California, Electric Cars Outpace Plugs, and Sparks Fly
California’s High Housing Costs: Causes and Consequences
Gold Rush California Was Much More Expensive Than Today’s Tech-Boom California
The Wet Prince of Bel Air: Who is California’s biggest water guzzler?
California's Mountains Are At A 500-Year Snow Low
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California's Katrina Is Coming
Watermark: Along the California Aqueduct
In small-market Sacramento, Kings arena employees find a family
Millions of shade balls protecting Los Angeles Reservoir
The California "Energy Miracle"
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What $100 Is Worth in Each U.S. State
Picturing the Drought
How A Historical Blunder Helped Create The Water Crisis In The West
Map Of The Drunkest States In America During The Summer
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Central California, skirting around the crowds
After Water by Susie Cagle, Longreads
The Disappearing Colorado River
Best California Long Distance Trails
36 Hours in San Luis Obispo
Calistoga getaway: Mud paths, bicycle picnics and a dash of history
Thanks to America, We’ve Reached Peak Avocado
Hiking the 2,650-Mile Pacific Crest Trail
Holy City: Father Riker’s Cult in the Santa Cruz Mountains
Visualization: Now that California’s “Rainy Season” is Over, How Do Those Reservoirs Look?
The Pulgas Water Temple and the Hetch Hetchy Water System
What Are Water Rights?
Apocalyptic Schadenfreude: What the NYTimes -- and everybody else -- gets wrong about California’s water crisis, by Steven Johnson, Medium
How one California farmer is battling the worst drought in 1,200 years
California Imposes First Mandatory Water Restrictions to Deal With Drought - NYTimes.com
R.I.P. California (1850-2016): What We’ll Lose And Learn From The World’s First Major Water Collapse
How Growers Gamed California’s Drought
California's Almonds Suck as Much Water Annually as Los Angeles Uses in Three Years
Mark Bittman Revels in California Produce
California Is Drilling for Water That Fell to Earth 20,000 Years Ago
California’s hot, dry winters tied to climate change
Fake Snow, Real Money: The High-Tech Fight to Save California Skiing
Did you know the Japanese attacked the California Coast during WWII?
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