Credit: PETER MATULAVICH/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Owens Valley aqueduct near Bishop, California. This canal is part of a system that carries water from Sierra Nevada snowmelt to Los Angeles, hundreds of miles away. Without imported water, cities like Los Angeles could not exist at their present size.

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Keywords: aqueduct, bishop, california, canal, climate, drought, global warming, irrigation, los angeles, owens valley, owens valley aqueduct, sierra nevada snowmelt, waterway

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Owens Valley aqueduct

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