Study says global warming will mean less water in rivers

Denver Post: A National Academy of Sciences study released this morning quantifies potential impacts of climate change - linking water in rivers, crop yields and wildfire damage to specific temperature increases. For example, for every 1.8 degrees of warming, Colorado can expect 5-10 percent less water in the Arkansas and Rio Grande rivers, the study found. The study on likely future effects of climate change also anticipates 5-10 percent less total rain in Colorado and other southwestern ......

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