How Tree Ring Records Can Help Predict Droughts
Inside the trunks of trees lies a wealth of data on climate that goes back generations.
The Environmental Downside of Cannabis Cultivation
Wide-scale cannabis cultivation is causing environmental damage. Federal regulations could change this.
When San Diego Hired a Rainmaker a Century Ago, It Poured
After Charles Hatfield began his work to wring water from the skies, San Diego experienced its wettest period in recorded history.
Does Deforestation Lead to Drought?
Are we at the point of no return?
Desalination: Drought Relief or Liability?
Is desalination a viable solution for California's water crisis?
Revising Dust Bowl Myths
Charles J. Shindo attempts to revise common myths about the "Dust Bowl"
Embracing Dry Land: Water-Smart Urban Design and Drought in the American West
Water-smart urban design and drought in the American West.