A University of Nevada Las Vegas research team wanted to create an accurate model for best practices in water reuse. David James, Ph.D., and his research students performed water flow research at Lake Arrowhead in California. This lake is 782 acres in size, 185 ft deep, and has an elevation of 5,174 ft. The research team used tracers and water probes to collect water flow data.
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