August 20, 2018
One of the most intriguing and hard-to-duplicate aspects of the U.S. Drought Monitor is the network of observers across the country who contribute data and information each week to help identify the location and intensity of drought. A recent survey documented a five-fold multiplier effect, with each primary network participant on average working with another five people, either to gather or to disseminate information.
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