California’s snowpack gets lots of attention, but it is also poorly understood. The health of California’s economic engines — agriculture, energy production, housing — all are directly linked to the amount of snow stored in the Sierra during a brief winter window, usually from December to March. But the record-setting drought of the past few years has underscored the need for a higher resolution picture of the entire water system.
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