Climate change hits federal land and water: report

Brian Johnson of the Big Bear Hotshots from San Bernardino, California monitors the fire line as the Brins Fire burns at Slide Rock State Park in Oak Creek Canyon near Sedona, Arizona, June 22, 2006. More beetles and fewer spruce trees in Alaska, whiter coral and fewer scuba-divers in Florida and more wildfires in Arizona already show the impact of climate change on U.S. lands and waters, a congressional watchdog agency reported on Thursday. (Khampha Bouaphanh/Pool/Reuters)Reuters – More beetles and fewer spruce trees in Alaska, whiter coral and fewer scuba-divers in Florida and more wildfires in Arizona already show the impact of climate change on U.S. lands and waters, a congressional watchdog agency reported on Thursday.

Climate change hits federal land and water: report (Reuters)

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