Study: Consecutive Snow Drought Years In Inland Northwest, Cascades Will Become More Common, Reservoir Managers Will Need To Adapt

Consecutive low snow years may become six times more common across the Western United States over the latter half of this century, leading to ecological and economic challenges such as expanded fire seasons and poor snow conditions at ski resorts, according to a study.

Read the Full Article

Login to your account or Become a Member

More news from CBB: