LA Times: Drought is back. But Southern California faces less pain than Northern California

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In some ways, California has learned from the long-lasting 2012-2016 drought that caused water-use restrictions. This year, water managers in Southern California are confident that they will be able to meet water demand. That said, precipitation is only about half of average in the northern and central Sierra Nevada watersheds, and environmentalists worry of long-lasting damage to native fish populations. Click here to read more from Boxall, B. and here to read more about disaster preparedness.

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