South Carolina may be impacted by tropical storms and hurricanes, but in the state, researchers say they are always just one month away from a drought. In fact, last summer marked the driest summer season in 122 years.
Clemson University organized an annual conference that will bring together experts across the country to discuss resources and research on water use, availability and management. Stakeholders agree that consistent communication among groups is crucial to water resource management and with an annual conference to prepare stakeholders, droughts may be less catastrophic.
Clemson University is also working on a program that will be able to sense and monitor the state’s water availability for agricultural, recreational, and industrial use – read more here.More From: Clemson University
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