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  • Water Power in California: The factors on which it depends, and the extent to which it might be utilized

  • Driving forces of land surface temperature anomalous changes in North America in 2002–2018

    Driving forces of land surface temperature anomalous changes in North America in 2002–2018

    Nature | April 24, 2020...
    Summary

    The land surface temperature (LST) changes in North America are very abnormal recently, but few studies have systematically researched these anomalies from several...

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  • Is climate change implicated in the 2013-2014 California drought? A hydrologic perspective

    Is climate change implicated in the 2013-2014 California drought? A hydrologic perspective

    American Geophysical Union (AGU) | April 21, 2015...
    Summary

    California has experienced severe drought in 2012–2014 (which appears to be continuing into 2015), with especially low winter precipitation and mountain snowpack in winter...

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  • Special Report on Climate Change and Land

    Special Report on Climate Change and Land

    UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) | August 7, 2019...
    Summary

    This Special Report on Climate Change and Land1 responds to the Panel decision in 2016 to prepare three Special Reports during the Sixth...

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  • Salinity distribution in heterogeneous coastal aquifers mapped by airborne electromagnetics

    Salinity distribution in heterogeneous coastal aquifers mapped by airborne electromagnetics

    Soil Science Society of America | February 8, 2011...
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    Understanding the hydrologic setting of any given area is a challenging task, especially considering that the amount of available informaon is ofen very...

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