The Water Year’s Long, Cold, and Wet Goodbye Kiss to the Drought
This water year, the normally drier months of October, February, March, and April were wetter than normal—much wetter—across the entire Pacific Northwest. Idaho just recorded its wettest April in history.
Anatomy of a Climate Tool
A climate scientist and a student surveyed land managers in sagebrush country to create a blueprint for a practical, nimble, accessible computer tool for helping manage fires, protect wildlife, reseed vegetation and control invasives in a shifting landscape.