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The board of the nation's largest irrigation district on Tuesday rejected participation in Gov. Brown's $16 billion plan to build two giant tunnels to re-engineer California's north-south water delivery system, dealing a major blow to the project.
The Southern California Earthquake Center's annual conference runs through Wednesday, where leading seismologists are joined by engineers, computer scientists and policymakers in their discussions of recent research that can help them better prepare for possible quakes.