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California’s historic drought conditions may not ease up anytime soon. Paleoclimatologist Lynn Ingram says this severe water shortage could last decades.

How Long Will This Last?

California’s historic drought conditions may not ease up anytime soon. Paleoclimatologist Lynn Ingram says this severe water shortage could last decades.

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