The American Southwest braces for economic impact as pressure mounts in negotiations over the river’s dwindling water supplies.
A new, USC-led study of more than 1,000 years of North American droughts and global conditions found that forecasting a lack of precipitation is rarely straightforward.
As water supplies decline in major agricultural states, scientists explore how to generate plants that are more drought-resistant.
To dig up history on climate change and drought, Sarah Feakins studies the sediment on lake bottoms.
Fascinating website is launched in honor of World Water Day.
Inspired by the USC provost, Trojans hike their efforts in research and creative activities to improve the environment.