When does a lake stop being a lake?

When does a lake stop being a lake?

Lake Mead, North America’s largest artificial reservoir, formed on the Colorado River between Nevada and Arizona, has shrunk to historic lows—dropping to about 30 percent of its capacity.

Photos: Water Levels in Lake Mead Reach Record Lows – The Atlantic

Climate change isn’t a thing, right?


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