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Perception of the drought hazard on the Great Plains
Thomas F. Saarinen
An authorised facsimile made from a thesis submitted to the Faculty of the Division of Social Sciences of the University of Chicago in candidacy for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, 1966, and produced as Department of Geography Research Paper no. 106.
|Statement||Thomas F. Saarinen.|
|Series||Research papers / Department of Geography, University of Chicago -- no. 106|
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|Number of Pages||183|
Drought Photographs show Kansas farmer Sam Woodward, his family and neighbors on their drought-striken land in Bristol, Colorado. Includes Woodward and son ploughing; a conservation agent surveying Woodward's land and mapping contour plowing. Causes and consequences of nineteenth century droughts in North America From the mid s to the mid s the West and Plains were struck by a severe drought. Years ago David Stahle of the University of Arkansas had used tree ring analyses to suggest that, in Texas, this was the worst drought to strike in the last years, worse than.
The summertime drought over the Central Great Plains—the most severe seasonal drought in years— resulted mostly from natural variations in weather. CAUSES AND PREDICTABILITY OF THE GREAT PLAINS DROUGHT by M. Hoerling, J. eiscHeid, A. KuMAr, r. leung, A. MAriotti, K. Mo, s. scHubert, And r. seAger C entral Great Plains’ rains. Mar 24, · A History Of Drought On The Great Plains. March 24, tags: Drought. By Paul Homewood. I’ve been watching an fascinating series about the ’s dustbowl. We all know just how severe that drought on the southern plains, and indeed much of the US, was during that decade.
Mar 01, · Extreme Drought Affecting Great Plains and Beyond. Posted Mar. 1, Farmers and ranchers in the Southern Great Plains are in a drought with conditions worsening since November. While the drought affects many of the contiguous states, the states experiencing the worst conditions are Oklahoma, Texas, Arizona and Kansas. According to the. Jan 18, · Drought in the central and southern Plains is causing a higher than normal risk of wildfire through April. Drought Increases Wildfire Risk In the Great Plains Through Spring. Drought throughout the Great Plains is causing a higher than normal risk of wildfire through April. ((Photo: University of Nebraska Lincoln)).
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Many of the impacts that are considered economic and environmental have social components as well. The economic hardships of the s drought, for example, caused significant population out-migration from and massive flows of aid into the Great Plains.
Although drought is a natural hazard, vulnerability to its impacts can be reduced. Farmers of the Ogallala Aquifer region of the Great Plains in the western United States were interviewed concerning their perceptions of drought, weather and climate changes, aquifer conditions.
Sep 20, · There were at least three major droughts in nineteenth century North America: one from the mids to the mids, one in the s, and one in the s. There was also a drought around ; the periods from to and from to were rather dry, and the 19th century overall was a dry century for the Great Plains.
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University of Chicago, Department of Geography, Research Paper No. University of Chicago, Department of. Jul 24, · The Northern Plains were in the midst of a punishing drought in July Along with a lack of rainfall, the weekly average temperature was more than 90°F for a swath of the region from Montana southward to Kansas, which further accelerated the development of extreme to exception drought in parts of Montana and North and South Dakota.5/5(3).
Drought is thought by some to have caused migrations of early humans. In India and China drought has periodically brought widespread privation and death. In lack of rainfall devastated the Great Plains of the United States; called the Dust Bowl, its area spread to alarming dimensions (about 50 million acres).
During much of the. The long history of drought occurrences in Australia is reflected not only in varying community perceptions of drought as a hazard, Managing the droughts.
Perception of resource management in the face of the drought hazard in Australia reducing the losses but not removing the hazard, Great Plains Quarterly 6: – Google Scholar Cited by: Dec 11, · Monocultures are robbing soils of its organic content and leaving land exposed to the elements.
They found that irrigation had increased dramatically on the Great Plains since Saarinen's study, as widespread use of irrigation in the Ogallala Aquifer region "has made crop yields higher. Jul 13, · Drought intensifying in northern Great Plains. The map above of the Quick Drought Response Index (QuickDRI) indicates areas of short-term dryness and regions experiencing a “flash drought.” Eastern Montana and the Dakotas are having a rapidly-developing drought emergency, according to the National Drought Mitigation Center.
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