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Yosemite National Park: Water is the life-blood of Yosemite National Park. The Tuolumne and Merced rivers water some of the most productive farmland on the Earth, and urban dwellers throughout the state depend on the Sierra Nevada snowpack for their domestic water needs.

Yosemite Nature Notes, California, Water, Rivers & Creeks
agriculture, california, central valley, domestic water needs, merced river, national park, sierra nevada snowpack, snowpack, tuolumne river, water, water needs, yosemite
Date of Video
May 13, 2008
Video Location
Yosemite National Park, Yosemite, CA
37°44'42.73"N × 119°35'53.6"W
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