Climate change blamed for drying of Great Plains streams, but it's actually caused by groundwater pumping for irrigation

Climate change blamed for drying of Great Plains streams, but it's actually caused by groundwater pumping for irrigation
(Natural News) Streams and rivers in Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska, and other parts of the central Great Plains are drying up as farmers continue to pump groundwater to irrigate their crops, a new study found. Though climate change often gets blamed for turning creeks into dry riverbeds, the water needed to irrigate one sixth of the…
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