What a drought has uncovered about Lake Powell

Environmentalists have long cursed the day Glen Canyon was dammed and the Lake Powell reservoir was formed by flooding the landscape behind it. Thanks to alarmingly low water levels and a two-decade-long drought, that landscape now seems to be returning to its natural state not seen for more than half a century. Ben Tracy reports.

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