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Researchers anticipate the Colorado River will shrink by 10-percent over the next few decades, and that could spell trouble for the approximately 40 million people who rely on it for water.
A 2005-2007 dry spell in the southeastern United States destroyed billions of dollars of crops, drained municipal reservoirs and sparked legal wars among a half-dozen statesâ€”but the havoc came not from exceptional dryness but booming population and bad planning, says a new study.
Changing climate will mean increasing drought in the Southwest - a region where water already is in tight supply - according to a new study.
- A serpent whose bite was fabled to produce intense thirst.