New Tools for Assessing Drought Conditions for Rangeland Management
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CitationKnutson, C., & Fuchs, B. (2016). New Tools for Assessing Drought Conditions for Rangeland Management. Rangelands, 38(4), 177-182.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
AbstractOn the Ground • Historical drought assessment and ongoing monitoring is essential for understanding past drought occurrence, the relationships between past drought and its impacts, and for triggering action during current drought events. • A variety of new products have recently been developed to better monitor drought conditions and assess past occurrences at the local scale. • A growing number of resources are available to assist rangeland managers to develop a monitoring system and incorporate it into a drought management plan.
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