California Epic Drought Leads to Lowest Snowpack in 500 Years

EcoWatch: The snowpack for the state of California--a critical source of drinking water for the state--hit its lowest level in the last 500 years, according to a study published yesterday in Nature. When the snowpack was measured in April--historically the high point for the season`s snowpack--it was just 6 percent of average for the past century. California`s 2015 Sierra Nevada mountains snowpack was "the worst in the past 500 years" -- NYT Science (@NYTScience)......

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