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The Los Angeles County Department of Public Works operates and maintains three seawater barriers along Los Angeles County’s coastline. Often unnoticed because of their underground nature, these facilities serve as Los Angeles basin’s fresh water sentinels. They protect a significant portion of the area’s drinking water supply from ocean water, which constantly attempts to migrate into existing aquifers. Treated imported and reclaimed water is injected deep into the underground aquifers to block this inland migration of saltwater.
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Shape Files
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la county seawater barriers
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Los Angeles County Department of Public Works
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Field Names:

the_geom
the_geom
FNODE_
fnode_
TNODE_
tnode_
LPOLY_
lpoly_
RPOLY_
rpoly_
LENGTH
length
BARRIERS_
barriers_
BARRIERS_I
barriers_i
DXF_LAYER
dxf_layer
DXF_COLOR
dxf_color
DXF_THICKN
dxf_thickn
DXF_TYPE
dxf_type
DXF_ELEVAT
dxf_elevat
DXF_CURVE
dxf_curve
NAME
name

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