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Still Waters

Water goes 'missing' with snow loss

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A new study finds that if temperatures rise and more precipitation falls as rain rather than snow, it will reduce the total amount of water in rivers.

It is a surprising observation. One might expect the timing of water flow to change but not the overall volume.

http://www.bbc.co.uk...onment-27486002

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Kenemet

That's something to worry about, yes. Will have to dig into the paper more.

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and then

Perhaps more of the water remains in the air as humidity? Just a guess.

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