One of the world's richest deltas has been radically replumbed, its ecosystem is collapsing, and Californians are realizing their water supply is tapped out. Despite decades of efforts—and some positive trends—solutions may not be any closer. Downstream, the San Francisco Bay looks good by comparison.
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