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Terrifying Photos Show The Effect Of California's Drought (6 pics)

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Droughts are serious business and the lack of water in California is pretty scary.

1 Terrifying Photos Show The Effect Of California's Drought (6 pics)


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6 Terrifying Photos Show The Effect Of California's Drought (6 pics)

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№1 Author: Gyselinck (26 Aug 2014 02:11) Total user comments: 3133


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Scary !!! But nobody cares !!!
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№2 Author: NeMa (26 Aug 2014 04:31) Total user comments: 720


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Very sad. I'm from northeast Brazil and I know what it is.
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№3 Author: Nick1090 (26 Aug 2014 04:50) Total user comments: 1257


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I cant help but notice these are all about lake Oroville, wherever that is. I would suggest its more about water usage in that area and population density than a drought.
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№4 Author: adzhoe (26 Aug 2014 05:14) Total user comments: 15032


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It's bad all over, a lot of lakes are very low, which is normal (in some cases, not all) for this time of year. The big concern is that there will not be any rain/snowfall this winter to get them up to where they need to be.So we are on voluntary conservation for now.
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№5 Author: styopa (26 Aug 2014 07:13) Total user comments: 1258


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Looks like a great time to inspect the bridges.
And yeah, it's Lake Oroville....which is actually a manmade reservoir created in the 1960s. Sure there's a drought, but this is more about water use.
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№6 Author: erik (26 Aug 2014 07:53) Total user comments: 0


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I live in Oroville and can see the lake from my deck. The really funny thing is that the lake was just as low if not lower during the summer of 2010. The year before the "full" pictures.
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№7 Author: randomdude735 (26 Aug 2014 15:54) Total user comments: 457


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Maybe we should donate the water we stupidly dump on our heads for the ALS challange.
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№8 Author: Tomaz86 (26 Aug 2014 17:16) Total user comments: 10835


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Here in So Paulo the situation is chaotic!
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№9 Author: Aindy (26 Aug 2014 17:25) Total user comments: 2863


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What do you expect will happen to an artificial lake built in a desert that is slowly heating up and the population using the water is growing faster than ever before?
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№10 Author: gabynasos (26 Aug 2014 18:00) Total user comments: 148


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GREAT!!!! :04:
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№11 Author: Lu (26 Aug 2014 22:26) Total user comments: 15100


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Serious stuff.
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