Recipe for a perfect drought
The blog Chance of Rain reported on new research from Institute of the Environment Director Glen MacDonald.
The study by Glen MacDonald and a colleague shows that the combination of La Niña with two less commonly known ocean-weather conditions could potentially result in drought in the upper reaches of the Colorado River and drive water levels in the Lake Mead reservoir below a critical threshold.
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Published: Monday, October 04, 2010