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I spent runoff season this year chasing whitewater along the spine of the Rockies, where the impacts of a long-range megadrought feel increasingly painful and obvious.The Drought in the West Is Bad and It’s Gonna Get Worse|Heather Hansman|June 16, 2021|Outside Online
Birds were especially deterred by whitewater noise pitches that overlapped with birdsong.
For two summers in a rugged corner of Idaho’s Pioneer Mountains, the roar of rushing whitewater filled the air.
At 60 study sites near streams, the researchers broadcast whitewater noise at different volumes and frequencies, or pitches, creating the auditory illusion of rushing rivers.
Sundog first arrived on the lake nearly three decades ago after his first run through Cataract Canyon, which at flood stage boasts America’s biggest whitewater, ending unceremoniously in the slackwater of Lake Powell.
Rishikesh is now considered the yoga capital of the world but is also a center for whitewater rafting and treks in the Himalaya.Catch Beatles Fever! Ten Essential Travel Destinations for Beatlemaniacs|Lonely Planet|January 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But part of the reason Clinton agreed was that he knew he and Hillary had done nothing wrong on Whitewater.
When she was first lady, the GOP dragged Clinton into a non-scandal called Whitewater.The Obama Scandals Are Desperate Measures by the GOP|Robert Shrum|May 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Is this a Benghazi misdirection from those masters of deception in the White House, a latter day Whitewater?
Tickets are hard to get for the confab, which combines discussion of global economic issues—and whitewater rafting.
We drove with oxen and a wagon to the so-called Skoponong Settlement near Whitewater.
John, as we understood, went to Wisconsin and settled in Whitewater.The Awakening of the Desert|Julius C. Birge
Three years ago I turned her out to graze at Whitewater with a bunch of others, as an incorrigible rogue and vagabond.
Thanks to the influence and consideration of Fyles, she had been spared the ordeal of the trial in Whitewater.
We came to the village of Richmond, on the east branch of Whitewater, four miles.