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A South American drought keeps global grain reserves tight, but it could mean good things for North American corn producers.

The Stream, March 5: Southwest U.S. Municipalities Feel Drought's Early Effects

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A handful of cities north of Denver, Colo., are asking residents…
A South American drought keeps global grain reserves tight, but it could mean good things for North American corn producers.

Hurricane Sandy Has an Ohio Wastewater Utility Operating Above Capacity

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The megastorm's effects reach far, far inland. Hurricane Sandy--after…
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Forecasting Western U.S. Water Supply in 2012: La Niña Again Delivers a Wet North and a Dry South

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As water availability data starts coming in, this year's water allocations and the potential consequences for irrigation, hydropower, wildfires, and flooding are being assessed — La Niña weather patterns have returned this year, but water supply conditions generally are not as extreme as they were 2011.
A South American drought keeps global grain reserves tight, but it could mean good things for North American corn producers.

Global Perspectives: How Dry Weather in Argentina Could Affect Chicken Prices in Chicago

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A South American drought keeps global grain reserves tight, but it could mean good things for North American corn producers.
A South American drought keeps global grain reserves tight, but it could mean good things for North American corn producers.

The Stream, July 19: Heat Wave in Central U.S.

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The heatwave in the central United States intensified Monday,…