Extreme floods and droughts receive a lot of attention, but what happens when precipitation — or lack thereof — occurs in a more measured way?
Researchers have analyzed more than five decades of data from across North America to find that changes in non-extreme precipitation are more significant than previously realized and are greater than changes that have occurred with extreme precipitation.
Non-extreme precipitation can have a strong effect on ecosystems, agric
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