Parts of California could receive more rain this week than they’ve gotten cumulatively over the past eight months. But the …
(FRESNO, Calif.) — Federal officials say many farmers caught in California’s drought will receive no irrigation water this year from a vast system of rivers, canals and reservoirs interlacing the state.
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation announced Friday it will continue to monitor rain and snowfall, but at this point there’s not enough …
As Obama visits drought-stricken California, new ways to create fresh water are getting a second look
The rain isn’t falling, but the Golden State has has the tools to beat the drought
Scientists fear California’s long-ago era of mega-droughts could be back
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The dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico—a growing and shrinking region of oxygen-free water—could be the largest on record this summer, thanks to flooding and fertilizer runoff.
The wildfire season is starting early in southern California this year, thanks in part to an unusually dry winter and spring. As the climate warms, will drought and fires become the norm?