Rising Temperatures May Decrease Salt Lake City Water SupplyPeter Ward
The annual flow of streams supplying water to Salt Lake City, Utah, may decline by an average of 3.8 percent for every degree Fahrenheit of warming in the region, according to research published in the Earth Interactions journal.
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