Deserts & Drought

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The driest place on the planet receives an average of only 10 cm of precipitation annually. Scientists believe the harsh but beautiful landscape may be the one place on Earth that is most like Mars, which makes it fertile ground for research.

Around the World: Special Places You've Never Heard Of

Around the World: Special Places You've Never Heard Of

disappearing landscape

disappearing landscape

Spiral Iceberg in Antarctica

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drought

drought

Rabil Lagoon / Boa Vista / Cape Verde / Africa

˚Drought in Africa

Drought in Africa

Partly buried bones of a dead cow in the drought-stricken region of St. Louis. Photo ID 317598. 01/01/1984. St. Louis, Senegal. UN Photo/John Isaac. www.unmultimedia.org/photo/

How Bad Is California's Drought? This Bad - Earth and Environmental Science

How Bad Is California's Drought? This Bad

California needs rain, and they need it bad. How bad? Just have a look at the GIF above. The first image shows Folsom Lake near Sacramento on July 20, 2011. The second image shows Folsom Lake on January 16, 2014. Notice a difference?

California’s drought: What losing 63 trillion gallons of water looks like - The Washington Post

California’s drought: What losing 63 trillion gallons of water looks like

Hopefully, it will rain in Southern California — and Northern California — soon.

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Painted Desert ~ Arizona

ABOUT: The Painted Desert is a United States desert of badlands in the Four Corners areafrom the Grand Canyon National Park into the Petrified Forest National Park. Much of the area within the Petrified Forest National Park is protected as the Petrified Forest National Wilderness Area. Much of the Painted Desert region is within the Navajo Nation SOURCE: WIKIPEDIA

Blue Agave and cacti - nice mix of textures and contrasting shapes