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Lakes Are Losing Oxygen—and Their Inhabitants Are in Danger

Rose identified a second problem too: Deep water is becoming less clear because of a host of factors including erosion, algal growth, and fertilizer runoff

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A $26 Billion Plan to Save the Houston Area From Rising Seas

This story originally appeared on Undark and is part of the Climate Desk collaboration. When Hurricane Ike made landfall in 2008, Bill Merrell took shelter

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The Drought Is Making the Klamath River’s Child Salmon Sick

This story initially appeared in Excessive Nation Information and is a part of the Local weather Desk collaboration. The video exhibits clear river water washing

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Melting Mountain Glaciers Might Not Survive the Century

If you happen to haven’t hiked throughout a glacier but, you may need to get booted up someday quickly. The world’s high-mountain glaciers are melting

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‘After Us the Deluge’ Captures Pictures of a Sinking World

In Kadir van Lohuizen’s forthcoming photograph e-book, After Us the Deluge: The Human Penalties of Rising Sea Ranges, the local weather disaster is basically a