The largest saltwater lake in North America is dwindling in size, and scientists are saying it’s our fault.
A team of researchers in Utah recently wrote a paper detailing how the Great Salt Lake has been slowly drying up for the past century and a half. Now, the 75-mile-long and 35-mile-wide lake has such low water levels that most sailboats have been pulled from its marina and stored in a parking lot.
The lake is about half the size it should be because people have redirected some of the rivers and streams that feed into it so they read more >>>
Source : HuffingtonPost.Com