Kansas Suffers Water Emergency Amid Shifting Climate

Here's a glimpse at the future as humanity prepares to fight over the first and last resource that's essential for life . . .

The U.S. Corps of Engineers indicates that the ice jams are still holding in place but is potentially allowing increased flow below the ice.

The Corps is hoping that warmer temperatures will eventually alleviate this situation; however, there is potential for the ice jams, once they break loose, to get held up at certain points as they make their way downstream.

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Atchison declares water emergency due to ice jams causing low river levels

ATCHISON, Kan. - The City of Atchison is declaring a water emergency in response to continued low river levels. The city said the low level on the Missouri River is primarily the result of ice jams located upstream, one of which is reported to be 60 miles in length. The U.S.