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For more information about TU's north coast water right petition:
For more information about the California State Water Quality Control Board policy on instream flows:
Map: A snapshot shows the proliferation of Sonoma County wells (yellow),
un-permitted surface water diversions (orange), and permitted diversions (green).
Source: Sonoma County Water Agency (2005).