Extreme sedimentary debris flows are a growing threat to global water supplies, according to research published in the journal Geology. The danger stems from shifting meteorological events that lead to more frequent wildfires and intense rainfall, increasing the likelihood of once-rare mudslides and debris flows in certain regions.
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