So California has a record drought, while other parts of the US are getting record rains.
Does it make sense to build an aqueduct? Say, from parts of the US that historically get large rainfalls, bring the water to, perhaps, the Colorado River, let it percolate down from there?
I understand it would take a massive amount of water to make a difference, but if the water was continually flowing, wouldn’t it help over time?
I’m sure it’d be a massive economic investment, and I’m not sure where the best source(s) would be or what the effect would be in source area(s), which is why I’m posting here. Would love some thoughts from people who understand this far better than I do.