Nations that border the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea are ideally placed for tracking the effects of global climate change and testing innovative ways to adapt to future changes.
U.S. National Science Foundation Workshop: Quenching a Thirsty West; Lake Tahoe, Nevada/California, 29–30 August 2016
A letter released at the event calls on President Donald Trump to ensure that money from a national harbor maintenance fund is used solely to improve ports and harbors.
The White House and Democrats want to see an infrastructure package move through Congress. One House subcommittee chairman intends to make sure that water resource projects are part of the plan.
Swings from snow drought to extreme winter rainfall make managing reservoirs, like the Oroville Dam, incredibly difficult. But what exactly is "snow drought"?
Amir AghaKouchak discusses how human activity affects water supply and the environment.
Cave formations offer highly resolved paleoclimate data that scientists plan to use to reconstruct California's ancient patterns of drought.
New research shows that the Sierra Nevada snowpack will likely not recover from the current drought until 2019.
Australia is a continent of extremes, and researchers find that some ecosystems are better equipped than others to deal with the country's characteristic extreme climatic variation.
Scientists reconstruct the paleohydrology of Tulare Lake to unravel the region's long-term drought history.