The Western megadrought is revealing America’s ‘lost national park’

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Eric Balken in part of Glen Canyon.

A famed desert landscape has re-emerged as water levels in Lake Powell reservoir have fallen to record lows. It’s raising questions about the future of this oasis, and water in the American West.

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