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California Active Water Level Network

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California Counties depicted on the state location map with active wells and springs

CountiesTotal SitesReal-TimeContinuousPeriodicSprings
Alameda County 5--5 -
Amador County 2--2 -
Butte County 19--19 -
Calaveras County 1--1 -
El Dorado County 7--7 -
Fresno County 12--12 -
Glenn County 3--3 -
Imperial County 545544 -
Inyo County 14--14 -
Kern County 71-1061 -
Kings County 2--2 -
Los Angeles County 122-7115 -
Madera County 3--3 -
Merced County 27--27 -
Modoc County 42-2 -
Mono County 178153
Nevada County 9--9 -
Placer County 2--2 -
Plumas County 1--1 -
Riverside County 2262144161 -
Sacramento County 1--1 -
San Benito County 7-61 -
San Bernardino County 4074975283 -
San Diego County 807352 -
San Joaquin County 1--1 -
San Luis Obispo County 6--6 -
San Mateo County 1--1 -
Santa Barbara County 1301-129 -
Santa Cruz County 2--2 -
Shasta County 3--3 -
Siskiyou County 4--4 -
Sonoma County 11-- -
Stanislaus County 26--26 -
Sutter County 8--8 -
Tulare County 9-18 -
Yolo County 1--1 -
Yuba County 7--7 -

Number of active CA wells & springs:12951601549783





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