Carson City, Nevada (AP) — Wildfires no longer threaten Lake Tahoe, attracting residents, tourists and scientists to its clean alpine air, clear blue waters and fragrant pine trees for the long term. I am skeptical that the impact remains.
Scientists say it’s too early to come to a conclusion, but they’re not wasting time.
Researchers from the Tahoe Science Advisory Board and state officials discussed future research at a meeting on Thursday.
They are studying how particles enter the lake, how they move around the lake, and their impact on algae production.
As wildfires grow in size and intensity in climate change, scientists are becoming more and more concerned that smoke hundreds of miles away can compromise the clarity of the lake. I did.
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