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# Story Diggs F Diggs %FD Views Cmts Wait Time DPH User Sbmt 30d FPs* Topic Category Pop Time24h Dugg*
1 Are We Running Out of Water? 84 0 0 0 4 00:11:42:56 7 socialpyramid Filter User 10 10 Science Science 2012-03-15 22:40:110

Early in 2001, the Rio Grande River failed to reach the Gulf of Mexico for the first time. With that nefarious event the Rio Grande joined a growing list of once-mighty rivers that are running dry from overuse: the Colorado River in the U.S., the Yaqui in Mexico, the Indus in Pakistan, the Ganges inů

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Created by FirstDigg / Urgo - 2008-2009
Updated: 10/25/2014 21:51:18