Surprise bonanza since Napa quake: Dry creeks now flowing:Spring water spurts out of rocks and trickles down the moss- and vine-covered cliffs in Solano County’s Green Valley – an oasis in a canyon that was parched by drought only two weeks ago.  That was before Napa’s magnitude 6.0 earthquake.  It turns out that the earth’s mighty shifting – which caused about $400 million in damage to Napa, Sonoma and Solano counties – also mysteriously forced groundwater to the surface and into several dry or nearly dry creeks and streams in the region. … ”  Read more from the San Francisco Chronicle here:  Surprise bonanza since Napa quake: Dry creeks now flowing  See also: Napa earthquake shakes loose unknown groundwater, from the Sacramento Bee

Also: From the Napa Valley Register

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