CFAES study: Global warming may dry out, wipe out Southwest US fish

Speckled_DaceFish species native to a major Arizona watershed may lose access to key parts of their habitat by 2050 as global warming reduces surface water flow, suggests new research led by CFAES scientist Kristin Jaeger. Read the story. (Photo: Speckled dace, a species of the study’s watershed, by Roger Tabor, USFWS.)

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