Read the "California Marinas Docked by Drought" article at Wall Street Journal and write a brief analysis of how the drought season in California is effecting tourism and agriculture.
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California’s Marinas and waterways are experiencing one of its most intense drought seasons, since the United States Dust Bowl. The implications of such a reality, is not a good thing particularly when the marinas and waterways are so central to tourism and agriculture within the California region. The said industries are under assault by environmental factors which are purely acts of nature, which can’t and have not as of yet been able to be modified or augmented by man. The intensity of droughts is measured in tiers and California is currently at the most fatal point in retrospect to the current ...
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