Max Gomberg

State Water Resources Control Board

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Senior environmental scientist for Climate Change at the State Water Resources Control Board

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It's often reported that California is in its fourth year of drought.  Well, it's actually lasted more than twice that long.

The Drought, Our Dwindling Water Supplies and the Need to Conserve

It's often reported that California is in its fourth year of drought.  Well, it's actually lasted more than twice that long.

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As California enters its fourth consecutive year of drought, we now have new, statewide emergency water restrictions.

The Politics of Water Restriction

As California enters its fourth consecutive year of drought, we now have new, statewide emergency water restrictions.

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