El Niño may be on the way, but California’s water problems aren’t abating any time soon. In the June issue of Estuary News, I look past the present drought to ask how much water California can store underground for the even worse conditions climatologists warn us we can expect. Estuary News is the respected quarterly publication of the San Francisco Estuary Project, a consortium of people and groups concerned for San Francisco Bay and the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta. The San Francisco Estuary, as scientists prefer to call it, is the subject of my San Francisco Bay: Portrait of an Estuary, a 2003 collaboration with photographer David Sanger.
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