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Scientists In Southeastern U.S. Seek To Understand Flash Droughts

Flash droughts develop quickly and can leave farmers without enough water in a matter of days.

As Molly Samuel of WABE reports, researchers are trying to figure out better ways to predict them and support farmers to protect their crops.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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