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Drought Persists in the American Southwest

Drought Persists in the American Southwest

Nov 27, 2014

More than 64 million people are directly affected by drought in the Southwest and Southern Plains, and far more are indirectly affected because of the vast number of farms, orchards, and ranches that supply the rest of the United States. Read more

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