Climate Change- Water Drought

Climate Change- Water Drought
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  • There is a consensus that extreme precipitation events will increase in frequency
  • A drought is a lack of water over a given temporal and spatial scale. 
  • The issue
  •  Warmer temperatures will worsen the impacts of droughts on forests and rangelands
  • Changes in climate will continue to stress forests and alter suitable habitats
  • Drought severity and drought-associated forest disturbances are expected to increase with climate change
  • The effects of droughts
  • Droughts increase the frequency of wildfires and nonnative plants are likely to invade burned sites
  • Managing the reliable flow of water 
  • Altering structural or functional components of vegetation
  • What can be done to prevent droughts/future droughts?
  • Minimizing drought-mediated disturbance such as wildfire or insect outbreaks
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