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California Coast Erosion Caused by El Nino is Worst in 150 Years

Newsmax Wednesday, 15 February 2017
California's coast is seeing its worst erosion in 150 years, escalated by a recent El Niño weather pattern.
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News video: Nearly 200,000 remain under evacuation near California dam

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Nearly 200,000 people remained under evacuation orders Monday as California authorities try to fix erosion of the emergency spillway at the Oroville Dam that could unleash uncontrolled flood waters if it fails. Lake Oroville had water levels so high that an emergency spillway was used Saturday for...

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