Hydrologist discusses impact of climate change on Utah’s water supply

Fox: A new report released by the U.S. Department of the Interior says climate change is a growing risk to western water management. Most of Utah’s water resources come from snowmelt, but, as Fox 13 News’ Max Roth shows us, snowmelt run-off is becoming less predictable. “I think it’s hard to realize for most of us that live down here that water really is a limiting resource,” said Paul Brooks, a hydrologist and professor in the University of Utah’s department of Geology and Geophysics. His class......

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