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Figures are all public domain and accessed via the California Department of Water Resources (CADWR) with photo credits: (a) Zack Cunningham/CADWR, 23 Oct 2015; (b) Paul Hames/CADWR, 23 Jun 2005; (c) Dale Koike/ CADWR, 15 Feb 2017; and (d) Dale Kolke/CADWR, 27 Feb 2017.
A quote from CADWR's website on the Oroville spillways incident ( -Response/Oroville-Spillways/Background) underscores the significant hydrologie impact of the event: "January and February [2017] were the wettest in 110 years of Feather River hydrologie record.
In response, reservoir releases over the damaged flood control spillway were increased to 2,832 [m.sup.3] [s.sup.-1] (100,000 cfs) to return the reservoir to a safer storage level while causing additional damage to the flood control spillway (a video produced by CADWR highlighting the flood control and emergency spillway releases on 12 February is available in the online supplement).