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Interactive Map: Visualizing Urban Watersheds

Posted by Joe Gentle on Friday, November 21st, 2014

Want to learn more about water’s journey to reach your tap? Check out The Nature Conservancy‘s massively informative Urban Water Blueprint.

In addition to cataloging dozens of the world’s largest watersheds, this¬†interactive map offers detailed information on key cities (read: water consumers) from around the globe.¬†

Did you know that 90% of L.A.’s water is transferred into the city, and that it travels an average of 71 km to get there?

Los Angeles Freshwater Sources




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