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        Northwest's Power Supply Dries Up as California's Energy Crisis Spreads | Human Impact on the Physical Environment | Geography

        The Grand Coulee Dam, as seen from the lake side, is one of the world's largest concrete structures and the main source of water utilization on one of the nation's biggest producers of electricity, the Columbia River, April 15, 2001, at Grand Coulee, WA. But scant rain and snow are keeping the region's hydroelectric plants scrambling to produce enough energy for their own state's needs, leaving no extra electricity to bail California out of its energy crisis this summer.

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