Mono Lake is an alkali lake east of the Sierra Nevada in California. It has no outlet. Due to diversion of its tributaries by Los Angeles it had been gradually drying up, but in 1994 a court decision restored some flow to the tributaries that flow into Mono Lake and it has gradually been regaining some of its lost volume.
- Website Mono Lake Committee Mono Lake Committee
- "A Mono Lake success story": Wildlife has returned to Rush Creek years after L.A. was ordered to reduce water diversions. The comeback has a way to go, though. Why aren't the trout bigger?" article by Louis Sahagun, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer July 24, 2008