It is for the third year that California is facing worst drought that has impacted in the state in past century. Drought gave rise to various life-threatening events like violent wildlife fires, water shortage and has already caused heavy losses to the agriculture sector. Sources reported that the drought is most likely to cause losses of $2.2 billion for the agricultural industry.
Park Williams, bioclimatologist and a professor at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University in New York, said that drought in California is a matter to worry as most of the areas in western USA have been facing drought for the past 15 years. He said this situation had occurred pre...
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