Our current snowpack anomaly in past 30 years

Coloradoan: It's the middle of June and the snowpack in Northern Colorado's mountains is still thick and full of water. But a new U.S. Geological Survey study released Thursday shows that this year's robust snowpack across the region is not normal in the context of the past three decades, when anthropogenic, or human-caused, climate change has been causing Colorado's snowpack to progressively shrink. Northern Colorado's mountains may be an exception to that rule, however. Using tree ring samples to......

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