Lake Tahoe clarity sinks to all-time low in 2017

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Lake Tahoe clarity sinks to all-time low in 2017

On March 5, 2018, sunlight shimmers off the snow and waters of Lake Tahoe in South Lake Tahoe, Calif. Scientists at Lake Tahoe say the clarity of the alpine lake that straddles the California-Nevada line sank to an all-time low last year. Experts say the 9.5-foot decline was most likely due to a convergence of drought, record precipitation and warm temperatures.
On March 5, 2018, snow covers the mountain tops as a boat crosses Lake Tahoe, in South Lake Tahoe, Calif. Scientists at Lake Tahoe say the clarity of the alpine lake that straddles the California-Nevada line sank to an all-time low last year. Experts say the 9.5-foot decline was most likely due to a convergence of drought, record precipitation and warm temperatures.

Lake Tahoe clarity sinks to all-time low in 2017

On March 5, 2018, sunlight shimmers off the snow and waters of Lake Tahoe in South Lake Tahoe, Calif. Scientists at Lake Tahoe say the clarity of the alpine lake that straddles the California-Nevada line sank to an all-time low last year. Experts say the 9.5-foot decline was most likely due to a convergence of drought, record precipitation and warm temperatures.
On March 5, 2018, snow covers the mountain tops as a boat crosses Lake Tahoe, in South Lake Tahoe, Calif. Scientists at Lake Tahoe say the clarity of the alpine lake that straddles the California-Nevada line sank to an all-time low last year. Experts say the 9.5-foot decline was most likely due to a convergence of drought, record precipitation and warm temperatures.
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