Ron DunganReporter, KJZZ
Two decades of drought means reservoirs that store runoff from the Colorado River are depleted, and there's just not enough water to meet demand.
Understanding the springs is important because about a quarter of the world’s population relies on water that comes from karst systems.
Correcting mistakes of the past is often tougher than it sounds. Almost two decades later, those involved in responding to the Rodeo-Chediski Fire say they’re still learning what it will take to get ahead of wildfires, and the effects they have on headwater forests.