Lake Tahoe: Can We Save It?

KQED Special: Lake Tahoe: Can we save it?

Lake Tahoe’s famously blue waters – which make it the clearest lake of its size in the United States – attract three million visitors to California and Nevada each year. But decades of development, and now climate change, threaten this national treasure. This QUEST half-hour documentary takes you behind the scenes with the scientists working to keep the lake pristine and protect it for generations to come. This QUEST half-hour documentary takes you behind the scenes with the scientists working to keep the lake pristine and protect it for generations to come.Watch the half-hour documentary online at http://science.kqed.org/quest/video/lake-tahoe-can-we-save-it/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lake-tahoe-can-we-save-it.

Lake Tahoe’s famously blue waters – which make it the clearest lake of its size in the United States – attract three million visitors to California and Nevada each year. But decades of development, and now climate change, threaten this national treasure. This QUEST half-hour documentary takes you behind the scenes with the scientists working to keep the lake pristine and protect it for generations to come.  Visit the KQED website for more info.

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2017-05-20T12:20:08+00:00 December 19th, 2013|Press|