Aerial shot showing the San Joaquin River joining the Sacramento River, forming the Sacramento San Joaquin Delta area, northwest of Stockton.  The fresh water then flows into the northern San Francisco Bay.  Mt. Diablo can be seen in the background.  According to The California Water Atlas  (pub.1979), 40% of California's natural run off comes from the Sacramento-San Joaqiun Delta area.
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Aerial shot showing the San Joaquin River joining the Sacramento River, forming the Sacramento San Joaquin Delta area, northwest of Stockton. The fresh water then flows into the northern San Francisco Bay. Mt. Diablo can be seen in the background. According to The California Water Atlas (pub.1979), 40% of California's natural run off comes from the Sacramento-San Joaqiun Delta area. 9454 Merced Sun-Star
Aerial shot showing the San Joaquin River joining the Sacramento River, forming the Sacramento San Joaquin Delta area, northwest of Stockton. The fresh water then flows into the northern San Francisco Bay. Mt. Diablo can be seen in the background. According to The California Water Atlas (pub.1979), 40% of California's natural run off comes from the Sacramento-San Joaqiun Delta area. 9454 Merced Sun-Star

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