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 Yellowstone National Park flood event 2022: Road washout upriver from Rescue Creek Trailhead
Jacob W. Frank
National Park Service
U.S. Senators talked last week about the costs of climate change, and potential costs of doing nothing. Some argued we need to focus efforts on local communities and governments. They’re often paying the price when floods take out roads, wildfires pollute waterways or towns run out of water.
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