Study: Ashland's water supply at risk from climate change
A study that compared eight climate change scenarios to historic averages found that Ashland Creek flows would increase in spring but decrease in summer.
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#1 Jul 30, 2010
PLEASE enough with the climate change. Climate pattern cycles DO occur naturally, although the liberal media & government and the Obamabots will tell you otherwise. This is about government expansion of power, not about the environment, which is incredibly resiliant.
#2 Aug 2, 2010
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