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The Classic Maya Civilization, which flourished from 250 AD to around 950 AD, may have collapsed due to relatively modest reductions in precipitation, according to a new study by Mexican and British researchers.
A team at the Polytechnic University of Cartagena has designed a new method for calculating drought trends. Initial results suggest that by the year 2050 there could be a 15% increase compared to the droughts seen in 1990 in the Segura river basin.
Government scientists reported this month that the Southern drought that has led to $10 billion in crop and agricultural losses in 2011 will continue for at least the next three months.
The Port of LA uses eCivis Grants Network to manage millions of dollars in project funding. Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) October 14, 2011 eCivis, the nationâ€™s
Increasingly frequent and severe drought, dropping water tables and dried-up springs have pushed some aquatic desert ecosystems into “catastrophic regime change,” from which many species will not recover.
A Texas forecaster said on Thursday that the drought in the state could continue for another nine years.
BALTIMORE, Aug. 1, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Keeping Maryland on a steady diet of service cuts, without raising any revenues is not healthy for our future.
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