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Yellowstone is losing its snow as the climate warms, and that means widespread problems for water and wildlife – a new report details the changes

By Bryan Shuman, Professor of Paleoclimatology and Paleoecology, University of Wyoming
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The area's iconic national parks are home to grizzlies, elk and mountain snowfall that feeds some of the country's most important rivers. They're also warming faster than the nation as a whole.

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