A confluence of water woes threatens Rio Grande Basin

Albuquerque Journal: The rattling trumpet call of sandhill cranes echoed throughout the Rio Grande Valley in central New Mexico this February. The flocks began to make their ascent into the sky, circling to gain altitude and then heading north. The cranes` early departure – driven by climate change – reveals one of the many challenges of adapting to the reality of this new climate. A recent study by Michael Dettinger, Bradley Udall and Aris Georgakakos, Western Water and Climate Change, analyzed four of the most......

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