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These photos show how a warmer climate is damaging Earth’s waters

Photographer Diane Tuft has documented how global warming is affecting bodies of water around the world

In her new book, Entropy, photographer Diane Tuft explores the damage that a warmer climate will have on bodies of water.

The Great Salt Lake in Utah (pictured above) is a stark example.

Here, climate change has ramped up temperatures, while demands for fresh water from industry and agriculture have reduced the flowing of mountain streams to a trickle, shrinking the lake to two-thirds the volume of what it was in 2000.

The colour split, captured by Tuft from a helicopter, is a…

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