Warming climate may dry up water supplies

NC Times: The San Diego region is likely to see its water supply from the Colorado River reduced 10 to 25 percent in coming decades, as climate change reduces rainfall to the region and higher temperatures cause more evaporation upstream, David Pierce, a climate researcher with the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, said Wednesday at the San Diego Coastkeeper's forum on the region's water supply. The "Signs of the Tide" forum in San Diego considered the status of the region's water supply, how climate......

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