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Intense thirst, dehydration, craving for water, a thirst as intense an dburning as a fire.
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... the job under extreme circumstances, including- but not limited to- avalanches, drought, combat, forest fires, blizzards and storms in the South Atlantic. ...
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... . Hazy andinia2 0 687 Mar Oct 18, 2011 2:52 pm andinia2 Drought drives decade-long decline in plant growth andinia2 0 771 Mar Oct 18, 2011 ...
The Black Death was an epidemic episode that took place across almost all the northern hemisphere during the fourteenth century. As far as history tells us, it was the most perilous moment in the history of mankind because never before or afterwa...
... humankind in all force. It seems that it all started around 1333 with massive drought, earthquakes and floods in central Asia, followed by famine and an incipient ...
SEATTLE, Wash. - Ample moisture and cooler temperatures for Alaska and Pacific Northwest states may keep 2009 fire potential in normal ranges, but after multiple weeks of warm weather, fuel supplies are drying out.
... but after multiple weeks of warm weather, fuel supplies are drying out. Persistent drought conditions may well drive significant wildfire risk for north-central Washington, and the recent ...
The United States faces the potential for abrupt climate change in the 21st century that could pose clear risks to society in terms of our ability to adapt.
... 21st century. The southwestern United States may be beginning an abrupt period of increased drought. It is very likely that the northward flow of warm water in the ...
Slight changes in climate may trigger major abrupt ecosystem responses that are not easily reversible. Some of these responses, including insect outbreaks, wildfire, and forest dieback, may adversely affect people as well as ecosystems and their ...
... ecological thresholds. For example, additional human use of water in a watershed experiencing drought could trigger basic changes in aquatic life that may not be reversible. Researchers ...
Climate change has had a significant effect on mountain vegetation at low elevations in the past 60 years, according to a study done by the University of California at Davis, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and U.S. Geological Survey.
... communities would be most sensitive to climatic warming. Investigators found strong signals of increased drought stress in the low-elevation forests, but not at high elevations. Climate change ...
A USGS study suggests that snowpack declines in the Rocky Mountains over the last 30 years are unusual compared to the past few centuries. Prior studies by the USGS and other institutions attribute the decline to unusual springtime warming, more ...
... episode this year is an example with lots of snow in the north while severe drought afflicts the south. But, in the north, this year's gains are ...
Drier conditions projected to result from climate change in the Southwest will likely reduce perennial vegetation cover and result in increased dust storm activity in the future, according to a new study by scientists with the U.S. Geological Sur...
... in a model to project future wind erosion. The findings strongly suggest that sustained drought conditions across the Southwest will accelerate loss of grasses and some shrubs and increase ...
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