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Dry Horizons April 2018

April 18, 2018

A new study by researchers at Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory projects that the zone separating arid western and less arid eastern portions of North America will shift eastward in the coming decades. Read more about the study's conclusions, sign up for a climate and drought webinar for your region, and learn about strategies for making soils more drought resilient in this edition of Dry Horizons.

March 2018 Drought and Impact Summary: Northern plains, parts of California and Oregon see improvement

April 11, 2018

March brought some improvement in the northern Plains and parts of California and Oregon, but conditions worsened in much of the central and southern High Plains and the Desert Southwest. The area of the U.S. affected by drought decreased slightly, from 26.15 at the beginning of the month to 25.01 at the end.

Dry Horizons March 2018

March 22, 2018

Could a cap and trade system lead to water conservation in the San Francisco area? See the feature story in the March issue of Dry Horizons to learn more about how Stanford researchers developed a plan for 26 communities in the Bay area. This issue also showcases a new report on water management in western states and a case study on incorporating ecological drought into drought planning.

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