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Lake Mead Still Shrinking

Lake Mead Still Shrinking

Aug 1, 2014

Ongoing drought and diminished snowpack in the Rockies have combined with increasing demands downstream to cause the great reservoir to drop to historically low levels. Read more

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Phytoplankton Bloom off the Pacific Northwest Seeing through Sakha’s Smoke Tracing Aerosols to their Smoky and Sandy Sources Okavango Delta Lava Around Lake Afrera Diamonds in the Sub-Arctic Rough A Closer Look at Alaska’s Forests Groundwater Deficit Out West Forging Sulaiman Range Coastlines of the Southern Baltic Sea Looking Back from Apollo 11 A Rash of Fire in Canada and the Pacific Northwest Typhoon Rammasun Making Landfall in China The Golden-Brown State Typhoon Rammasun Drenches Philippines “Killer” Trees? Not Exactly  Looking for Salt, Seeing Soil Moisture The Peloponnese Dust Plume Over the Red Sea Launching from Wallops Island Smoke from Canada Moves South Typhoon Neoguri in Moonlight Growth of São Paulo, Brazil Typhoon Neoguri Dust Plumes, Namib Desert Ice Breakup on Hudson Bay Saharan Dust on the Move Hurricane Arthur OCO-2 Lifts Off A Warm Current Blooms Hanhowuz Reservoir, Turkmenistan
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