Climate change drying up big rivers, study finds

November 18, 2009 • Daily Email Recap

Many thanks to Phil Kreitner for this article from Reuters.

Rivers in some of the world’s most populated regions are losing water, many because of climate change, researchers reported on Tuesday.

Affected rivers include the Yellow River in northern China, the Ganges in India, the Niger in West Africa, and the Colorado in the southwestern United States.

When added to the effects from damming, irrigation and other water use, these changes could add up to a threat to future supplies of food and water, the researchers reported in the American Meteorological Society’s Journal of Climate.

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