CA wine industry and climate change

According to this:
- When I set out a couple of months ago to research the impact of climate change on California?s $40-billion wine industry, Jason Haas of Tablas Creek Vineyard told me water tables in the Paso Robles area are being depleted, making it all the more important to develop dry-farming techniques.
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ggggg9271
I've seen that some are trying to blame climate change for the West coast fires, but a La Nina has been found in Pacific equatorial waters; that has several effects on US weather, one of which is to dry out the West.
Dan-O (saw that in Sunday's paper)
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Dan the Man
Those two statements are not in conflict. Climate change may very well result in changes in oceanic currents (which we call El Nino and La Nina)
Mark Lipton
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Mark Lipton

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