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Lake Mead, which is formed by the Hoover Dam, has been suffering for years as an expansive drought across the west coupled with rising temperatures and populations stresses the massive manmade body of water.
California is in its third year of a record-setting drought, and in April every last inch of the state was classified as being in “moderate” to “exceptional” drought. A new study shows a way the Golden State can adapt.