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Lake Powell, from the NASA Earth Observatory

After years of drought, Lake Powell on the Utah-Arizona border sits less than half full (above), and federal authorities for the first time will cut back the flow of water that feeds Las Vegas and other cities throughout the U.S. Southwest.

#drought   #Earth Institute   #lake   #Utah   #Arizona   #Las Vegas   #southwest  

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    Things like this really make me hate humans. We’re just so fucking self absorbed.
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    Wow. I’ve been on Lake Powell. This is depressing.
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