Nature World News: As global temperatures continue to rise, Chile and Argentina may face critical water storage issues as rain-bearing westerly winds over South America's Patagonian Ice-Field move south, a new study by University of New South Wales researchers found. In reconstructing past changes in the North and Central Patagonian Ice-Field, which plays a vital role in the hydrology of the region, the scientists found that the ice field suddenly contracted around 15,000 years ago after a southerly migration of westerly......
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Climate Change May Lead to Critical Water Shortages for South America
Posted by Nature World News: Tamarra Kemsley on July 31st, 2013You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.