From KQED Quest, aired July 22, 2008
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