New Melones Reservoir usually holds around 2 million acre-feet of water when full. These days the water level is so low that only two of the five piers of the Stevenot Bridge are still in the water of the Stanislaus River.
New Melones Reservoir usually holds around 2 million acre-feet of water when full. These days the water level is so low that only two of the five piers of the Stevenot Bridge are still in the water of the Stanislaus River. Jeff Jardine Modesto Bee file
New Melones Reservoir usually holds around 2 million acre-feet of water when full. These days the water level is so low that only two of the five piers of the Stevenot Bridge are still in the water of the Stanislaus River. Jeff Jardine Modesto Bee file

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