New analysis: Extreme flows in US streams are rising – Ars Technica
Enlarge/ Flooding in Midland, Michigan in May 2020 after heavy rains caused the failure of two dams.
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Climate change involves direct consequences on the cycling of water through our environment. The warmer atmosphere holds more moisture, making intense rainstorms dump even more water than they used to. On the flip side, warmer air can suck even more moisture out of the ground through evaporation, worsening droughts. These things should obviously result in changes for…