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Two-thirds of Earth's land is on pace to lose water as the climate warms – that's a problem for people, crops and forests

By Yadu Pokhrel, Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Michigan State University
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The projected loss of water storage on land as global temperatures rise is especially alarming in the Southern Hemisphere – and in parts of the US.


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