The La Niña Drought Tracker (or Tracker) was an information packet disseminated on the web that included summaries of current conditions and impacts, precipitations forecasts, and supplemental figures. The project served to merge, interpret, and translate existing climate and drought information, which was gleaned from discussions with regional experts and published, credible web resources.
- Institute of the Environment, University of Arizona
- Ferguson, D. and Z. Guido
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