Heavier rainfall will increase water pollution in the future
If climate change continues to progress, increased precipitation could mean detrimental outcomes for water quality in the United States, a major new study warns.
An intensifying water cycle can substantially overload waterways with excess nitrogen runoff – which could near 20 per cent by 2100 – and increase the likelihood of events that severely impair water quality, according to a new study published by Science. | READ MORE
July 28, 2017 By Casey Smith for National Geographic