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Rain water empties from Storm Pipes into Ballona Creek, a nine-mile waterway that drains the Los Angeles basin. Urban runoff carries an assortment of trash and debris from catch basins where a network of pipes and open channels create a pathway to the Ocean at Santa Monica Bay. Ballona Creek is designed to discharge to Santa Monica Bay approximately 71,400 cubic feet per second from a 50-year frequency storm event. Culver City, Los Angeles, California, USA

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Rain water empties from Storm Pipes into Ballona Creek, a nine-mile waterway that drains the Los Angeles basin. Urban runoff carries an assortment of trash and debris from catch basins where a network of pipes and open channels create a pathway to the Ocean at Santa Monica Bay. Ballona Creek is designed to discharge to Santa Monica Bay approximately 71,400 cubic feet per second from a 50-year frequency storm event. Culver City, Los Angeles, California, USA

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From gallery: Gallery - Plastic
Source: Citizen of the Planet
Date 20 Mar 2011
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Credit: Peter Bennett/Citizen of the Planet
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