Drought Curbs Tourism as Boat Docks Stand on Dry Ground in TexasJennifer Oldham
Matt Nicotra held his metal measuring stick aloft as he waded into Colorado’s Bear Creek, high in the Rockies. He charted how a rainstorm affected this South Platte River tributary, which for most of the spring and summer ran six times below its historical median.
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