The Utah lake is disappearing—and it’s exposing a toxic lake bed that can blow poisonous dust to Salt Lake City. But it’s still possible to change course.
In the 1980s, the Great Salt Lake in Utah covered an area larger than Rhode Island. Now it has shrunk to less than half that size. Without major changes in local water use, it’s possible that it could dry up completely before the end of this decade.
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