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Jeffrey Mount

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Professor of Geology at the University of California at Davis, he serves on the Delta Independent Science Board; former member of the state Reclamation Board (now called the Central Valley Flood Protection Board) Senior fellow at  Public Policy Institute of California Water Policy Center.

Jeffrey Mount on KCRW

Oroville isn’t the only dam with faulty spillways. California has about 1400 dams, and many of them have structural problems.

Rethinking how dams are designed and built in California

Oroville isn’t the only dam with faulty spillways. California has about 1400 dams, and many of them have structural problems.

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Record amounts of rain have hit the Southland since Thursday, with three more storms expected, tonight through this coming Thursday.

Winter Storms Dump Water on Southern California

Record amounts of rain have hit the Southland since Thursday, with three more storms expected, tonight through this coming Thursday.

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