Great Salt Lake dry-up causing dangerous climate ripple effect, ecologists say l ABCNL

ABC News’ Kayna Whitworth reports on Utah’s Great Salt Lake drying up and slowly shrinking, causing concern for wildlife, the people of Salt Lake City and the air quality.

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24 thoughts on “Great Salt Lake dry-up causing dangerous climate ripple effect, ecologists say l ABCNL

  1. UT GOV, Inc. $o $mart Mormon$ Church Leader$ Obliterate Nature, Humanity. Politics$ before Calling$, Common Sense, NWO OWO RE$ET Depopulation Totalitarianism What Happened to Faith in Action? Time for Accountability Responsibility!

  2. It's amazing that the news will scare you with all this information but they won't look up who's policies actually created this and go to those politicians houses and ask them about their opinion or put the responsibility at their feet I thought that's what the media was supposed to do

  3. We are our own worst enemies. What's it going to take to make people wake up? I fear for my children and grandchildren. What kind of world will they live in thanks to everyone's greed and uncaring to the bigger impact

  4. One of the largest contributors of droughts is climate change. One of the largest contributors of climate change is deforestation. This isn't just about trees, it is about preserving forests and preventing deforestation. Stripping out a forest and replacing the forest with a grass lawn and a couple of trees is not going to solve the problem. Replacing a forest with a lawn and concrete is even worse. The heat in subdivisions that have done this is unbearable. One might think that anybody who got into a car that was sitting in a mall parking lot on a sunny day would figure this out; not so. Forests ABSORB radiant heat,. Asphalt, concrete, roofs of buildings, and lawns REFLECT radiant heat. Reflected radiant heat creates a high pressure atmospheric area preventing rain clouds from entering the area. Forests absorb radiant heat creating a low atmospheric area which attracts rain clouds. When there is no rain, you have a drought.

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