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Mono Lake was supposed to have been saved from going dry. Now, the ‘white stuff’ forces a reckoning
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Mono Lake was supposed to have been saved from going dry. Now, the ‘white stuff’ forces a reckoning

One of North America’s oldest lakes and an emblem of California’s wild beauty faces a...
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