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Tracking Raindrops

From KQED Quest, aired July 22, 2008

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Uploaded by Essinova on October 22, 2008

We all rely on the water cycle, but how does it actually work? Scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, are embarking on a new project to understand how global warming is affecting our fresh water supply. And they're doing it by tracking individual raindrops in Mendocino and north of Lake Tahoe.

Tags: water cycle, water, fresh water, global warming, water supply

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