Two years of short-term drought alleviated by wet periods in different parts of Arizona have not reversed the impact on the state’s water resources brought on by a longer-term, state-wide drought that dates back to the mid-90s. Dr. Michael Crimmins, Climate Science Extension Specialist and Associate Professor at the University of Arizona, will discuss the unique aspects of Arizona’s hydroclimate that control precipitation variability at both short and long timescales on Saturday, February 9, from 10:00 a.m. to noon at the Granite Peak Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 882 Sunset Avenue, Prescott. This program is presented free of charge by the Citizens Water Advocacy Group (CWAG). For more information, visit www.cwagaz.org or call 445-4218.
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