The earth cracked up with dryness in the fourth year of California’s drought at Hensley Lake on April 23, 2015 in Raymond, California. A federal report warns that increasing temperatures are decreasing soil moisture in California, compounding impacts of droughts.
The earth cracked up with dryness in the fourth year of California’s drought at Hensley Lake on April 23, 2015 in Raymond, California. A federal report warns that increasing temperatures are decreasing soil moisture in California, compounding impacts of droughts. Justin Sullivan Getty Images
The earth cracked up with dryness in the fourth year of California’s drought at Hensley Lake on April 23, 2015 in Raymond, California. A federal report warns that increasing temperatures are decreasing soil moisture in California, compounding impacts of droughts. Justin Sullivan Getty Images

Climate change sucks moisture from the West, adding to droughts, fires, federal study reveals

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