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"This isn't an evolving crisis. This is a current crisis. "Meanwhile, the Northeast has the opposite problem: Boston is 8 inches (20 cm) ahead of its average snowfall for this time of year, according to the National Weather Service, and New York City has 23 inches (58 cm) more snow than usual. In a response that some critics are calling desperate, California Gov. Jerry Brown and other officials are proposing two 30 mile long (48 kilometers) underground pipelines to route water from Northern California to cities and farms farther south through Nike Hyperlive Blackout
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There's no denying that the current drought has reached devastating proportions: The California Department of Water Resources reports that many lakes and reservoirs are less than 40 percent full. The snowpack in the Oregon Cascade Mountains is just 18 to 22 percent of normal. Many cities on the California coast received less rain in 2013 than Death Valley, historically the driest place in North America. And, alarmingly, the typical rainy season in California ends in March, just a few weeks away. "This isn't a coming crisis," Mark Cowin, director of the California Department of Water Resources, told BusinessWeek.
the existing State Water Project canals and the Central Valley Project network, at a cost of about $15 billion. As is often the case in California water wars, Brown's proposal has pitted the state's mighty agricultural sector against fervent environmentalists, and coastal cities against inland residents. "The governor's tunnels are based on flawed and outdated assumptions that there is 'surplus' water to export," Barbara Barrigan Parrilla, executive director of Restore the Delta, a group opposing the plan, told BusinessWeek.
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