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Recent News

Dusty Rainfall Records Reveal New Understanding of Climate

May 23, 2018

<p>Ancient rainfall records stretching 550,000 years into the past may upend scientists' understanding of what controls the Asian summer monsoon and other aspects of the Earth's long-term climate, reports a UA-led international team of researchers.</p>

UA Law Launches Natural Resource Management Clinic

May 16, 2018

<p>A new clinic addresses matters pertaining to water, endangered species, public lands, climate change, tribal lands and other natural resource challenges that exist in Arizona and the West.</p>

Rio Grande-Bravo Outlook April 2018

April 29, 2018

<p>Forecasts favor above-average temperatures and average to below-average precipitation for the Rio Grande/Bravo Basin through July.</p>

Southwest Climate Outlook April 2018

April 18, 2018

<p>Precipitation varied across the Southwest in March, but temperatures remained warm throughout the region. Drought-designated areas were expanded in the April 17 U.S. Drought Monitor, with Arizona and New Mexico documenting increases in the extent and intensity of drought. The three-month outlook for April through June calls for equal chances of above- or below-average precipitation in Arizona and New Mexico and increased chances of above-average temperatures for the entire southwestern United States.</p>