William Kahrl

author, 'Water and Power'

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Author of Water and Power: The Conflict over Los Angeles Water Supply in the Owens Valley and The California Water Atlas

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Governor Jerry Brown imposed statewide mandatory water cutbacks this week. California residents, now in their fourth year of drought, have to cut back water usage by 25%.

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Governor Jerry Brown imposed statewide mandatory water cutbacks this week. California residents, now in their fourth year of drought, have to cut back water usage by 25%.

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