Bruce Wilcox

California Natural Resources Agency

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Recent appointee as assistant secretary for Salton Sea policy at the California Natural Resources Agency, an umbrella agency based in Sacramento; former scientist with the Imperial Irrigation District

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In 1905, levees broke on the Colorado River, and the water flowed into the lowest point in the United States to become the  Salton Sea .

California's Biggest Lake, More Toxic than Ever

In 1905, levees broke on the Colorado River, and the water flowed into the lowest point in the United States to become the Salton Sea .

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