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Wildfires Threaten Drinking Water Supplies
July 10, 2018

Wildfires have long been a part of the American West, but as the climate changes, it’s expected they'll be more frequent and intense.

While some effects of fire are understood, their impact on water supplies is just now starting to come into focus.


For H2O Radio, Jamie Sudler has the story:

 



Photo: A sky Crane works the Spring Creek Fire on July 7, 2018. Courtesy of Inciweb

 
Posted by Christopher Biddle - Chris@kbut.org

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