The February edition of Dry Horizons features a webinar on the science of "ecological drought" and its impacts by researchers with the Climate Science Centers and the National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center, along with other partners. Also in this edition:
- A chapter in the newly available book "Extreme Weather, Health, and Communities" examines drought and health in the context of public engagement.
- South Dakota has a tool that projects forage production six months out based on precipitation to date.
Look for those stories and more here.