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Evacuations ordered as a powerful storm heads for California’s wildfire burn...

Amir AghaKouchak, University of California, Irvine Officials issued evacuation orders for people living downhill from several of California’s wildfire...

Ancient groundwater: Why the water you’re drinking may be thousands of...

Marissa Grunes, Harvard University; Alan Seltzer, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, and Kevin M. Befus, University of Arkansas Communities that...

When hotter and drier means more – but eventually less –...

Maureen C Kennedy, University of Washington; Don McKenzie, University of Washington, and Jeremy Littell, US Geological Survey There is...

As Colorado River Basin states confront water shortages, it’s time to...

Robert Glennon, University of Arizona The U.S. government announced its first-ever water shortage declaration for the Colorado River on...

‘Megadrought’ along border strains US-Mexico water relations

Robert Gabriel Varady, University of Arizona; Andrea K. Gerlak, University of Arizona, and Stephen Paul Mumme, Colorado State University

Trees are dying of thirst in the Western drought – here’s...

Daniel Johnson, University of Georgia and Raquel Partelli Feltrin, University of British Columbia Like humans, trees need water to...

Over 100 fire scientists urge the US West: Skip the fireworks...

Philip Higuera, The University of Montana; Alexander L. Metcalf, The University of Montana; Dave McWethy, Montana State University, and Jennifer Balch, University...

Western fires are burning higher in the mountains at unprecedented rates...

Mojtaba Sadegh, Boise State University; John Abatzoglou, University of California, Merced, and Mohammad Reza Alizadeh, McGill University

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Why Native Americans struggle to protect their sacred places

Rosalyn R. LaPier, The University of Montana Forty years ago the U.S. Congress passed the American Indian Religious Freedom Act so that Native Americans could...