A 22-Year Megadrought Has Unveiled Long-Lost Geographical Treasures in Lake Powell

Lake Powell

The Lake Powell reservoir in Utah, formed by the Glen Canyon Dam, provides hydropower to 5 million people in seven states. Now, alarmingly low water levels in the lake and a 22-year megadrought are descending the area into crisis, while the canyon’s landscape appears to be returning to its natural state for the first time in more than 50 years.

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