Climate change may be threatening nearly all U.S. forests with drought. Scientists have found that forests nationwide are experiencing drier conditions due to increasing drought and climate change.
Droughts may be getting worse in the United States, and may impact our forests and rangelands. The U.S. Forest Service has revealed that some regions of our country may become drier in the next few years, and could threaten ecosystems.
The California drought is still taking its toll. Now, scientists have announced that tens of millions of trees are in danger from this dry spell.
Droughts may kill off the tallest trees in tropical rainforests in coming decades. Scientists have identified the ecological trigger that brings about the death of tropical rainforest trees during prolonged water shortages.
Scientists are getting a more in depth look at climate change in Europe. A new drought atlas maps more than 2,000 years of climate history.
Global climate change may have caused the severe drought in East Africa in 2014. Researchers are taking a closer look at the effects of climate change and have found what events they may have influenced.