Reengineering the sea

Two paths for long-term fixes at California’s shrinking sea

Time is running out for the Salton Sea, that accidental expanse of bright-blue desert wonderment that formed when the Colorado River burst through irrigation canals in 1905, flooding the desert floor. Somehow, a century later, the Salton Sea is California's largest lake.

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