"This is really a call for America to find out, `What does climate change mean for where you live?'" says Paul Fleming, a convening lead author of the National Climate Assessment's Water Resources chapter. Fleming talks about how climate change will challenge the reliability of water supplies in the United States in multiple ways. Alterations in precipitation patterns and reduced snowpack are some of the climate-related changes that will affect the quality and quantity of water available to Americans.
To explore the 2014 National Climate Assessment, go to NCA2014.globalchange.gov
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