How Warming Climates Dry up Mountain Stream Watersheds

Water supplies in the western regions of the US rely on snow melt from mountainous areas. Snow forms an important part of the hydrological cycle, effectively storing frozen water in the form of snow high up in the mountains over the winter months. As the seasons change and the weather warms, this melting snow provides a water source that recharges groundwater, as well as runoff … Continue reading How Warming Climates Dry up Mountain Stream Watersheds

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