Lake Powell Nears Critical Power Generation Threshold | Climate Denial Crock of the Week

“We’re talking about multiple seasons of well-below-average rain and snow that have kind of gotten us to this point, coupled with exceptionally high temperatures which we attribute to regional warming from global warming, ” said Justin Mankin, an assistant geography professor at Dartmouth College and a co-lead at NOAA’s drought task force.

One peer-reviewed study published recently in the journal NatureClimate Change found that the western United States and parts of northern Mexico are experiencing their driest period in at least 1,200 years, with some calling the unprecedented period of dryness a “megadrought.”

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Lake Powell Nears Critical Power Generation Threshold | Climate Denial Crock of the Week