Study Maps Out Effects of Drought on People and Ecosystems

By | June 12, 2019

Study Maps Out Effects of Drought on People and Ecosystems – Flathead Beacon

U.S. Geological Survey scientists from across the nation, including several based in Glacier National Park, have been conducting cutting-edge research into what they characterize as the “slow-onset disaster” of drought, and recently published a study mapping out a new approach to measure the consequences of drought on freshwater ecosystems. The work, titled “A New Integrated Science Approach to Determine Drought Effects on Freshwater Life,” was recently published in the journal “BioScience,” and its authors include U.S.

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