United States: Drought Persists
Posted by feww on November 16, 2012
DISASTER CALENDAR SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN: 1,212 Days Left
[November 16, 2012] Mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur by early 2016.
- SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN: 1,212 Days Left to the most Fateful Day in Human History
- Symbolic countdown to the ‘worst day’ in human history began on May 15, 2011 ...
Global Disasters/ Significant Events
U.S. Drought persists despite rain: Drought Monitor
As of November 13, about ¾ of contiguous United States remains Abnormally Dry or worse according to the U.S. Drought Monitor.
Highlights from November Drought Update (CPC/NOAA)
- Drought impacts to persist into winter and spring
- Mississippi River barge traffic being impacted by low flows above the Ohio River
- Severe impacts on agriculture, water supplies, river transportation and energy sectors expected if drought persists into next year
- 36% of lower 48 currently in severe or worse drought
- Exceptional to Extreme Drought persists in Wyoming, Colorado, South Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas
- Extreme Drought persists in parts of Minnesota and Iowa
- 53% of Midwest still in the Moderate to Exceptional range – substantial improvements across the east
- 2012 remains the worst agricultural drought since 1988
Global Disasters: Links, Forecasts and Background
- The First Wave of World’s Collapsing Cities
- Back to the Primordial Future
- The Fate of Energy Dinosaurs
- Mass Die-offs
- 2010 Disasters [Links to 2010 Disaster Calendar]
- Mega Disasters
- 2011 Disaster Calendar
- 2012 Disaster Calendar
- WARNING: Human impact 2.85 x Earth’s diminishing carrying capacity
- WARNING: RAPID DECLINE IN PROGRESS!
- Europe: The First Phase of Collapse Has Started
- United States: The First Phase of Collapse Has Begun
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