Frank Gehrke of the California Department of Water Resources looks over the futility of the measurement process during the annual snowpack survey in Phillips in 2015. This year’s snowpack was above normal. Such wild fluctuations – predicted yeras ago by climate scienticsts – are attributed to climate change.
Frank Gehrke of the California Department of Water Resources looks over the futility of the measurement process during the annual snowpack survey in Phillips in 2015. This year’s snowpack was above normal. Such wild fluctuations – predicted yeras ago by climate scienticsts – are attributed to climate change. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Frank Gehrke of the California Department of Water Resources looks over the futility of the measurement process during the annual snowpack survey in Phillips in 2015. This year’s snowpack was above normal. Such wild fluctuations – predicted yeras ago by climate scienticsts – are attributed to climate change. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

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