San Luis Reservoir/Los Banos Prints

San Luis Reservoir/Los Banos Prints
The San Luis Reservoir is an off-stream artificial lake in the eastern slopes of the Diablo Range of Merced County, California, approximately 12 mi (19 km) west of Los Banos on State Route 152, which crosses Pacheco Pass and runs along its north shore. The reservoir stores water taken from the San Joaquin-Sacramento River Delta. Water is pumped uphill into the reservoir from the O'Neill Forebay which is fed by the California Aqueduct and is released back into the forebay to continue downstream along the aqueduct as needed for farm irrigation and other uses. Depending on water levels, the reservoir is approximately nine miles long from north to south at its longest point, and five miles (8 km) wide. At the eastern end of the reservoir is the San Luis Dam, or the B.F. Sisk Dam, the fourth largest embankment dam in the United States, which allows for a total capacity of 2,041,000 acre�ft making San Luis Reservoir the largest off-stream reservoir in the United States.

Deers Overseeing the San Luis Reservoir Print
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San Luis Reservoir #2 Print
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San Luis Reservoir #3 Print
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Overlooking San Luis Reservoir #4 Print
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Criss-Cross Roads at San Luis Reservoir #5 Print
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San Luis Reservoir #6 Print
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Los Banos Print
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