Whether you are a concerned citizen new to drought issues or an experienced water supply manager and drought planner, Dry Horizons is a resource for you. Monthly online issues of Dry Horizons highlight success stories and new developments in drought planning and mitigation, and offer a forum for sharing drought questions among subscribers. Your topic suggestions and submissions are welcome! Please email them to us at email@example.com. Dry Horizons is published on the second Wednesday of every month.
Tree rings tell California drought story, climate crises lead to violence against women, drought bills in Washington & more!
Hawaiian plant decimation, Biosphere rain, Central America Migration and more
Rising X-mas tree prices, severe Indian drought, & more
State plan database expanded on NDMC website
Four-month drought begins taking hold inside Biosphere 2’s tropical environ
More state soil plans, more snow droughts likely mid-century, Amazon rainforest fires & more.
Report details ever-increasing water stress levels across globe
India’s sixth-largest city is nearing the end of its water supply
New report compiles losses due to 2017 ‘flash drought’
As drought reaches 20-year low, media takes notice
Research connects Arctic warming with prolonged drought
In tropical rainforest experiencing drought, termites play mitigating role
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Landscape photographers invited to submit photos for Visual Drought Atlas
January 31, 2020
Drought Center to help with Central and South American drought planning
December 3, 2019
Database includes more types of drought planning
October 31, 2019
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