Is California Still in a Drought?


Auroop Ganguly, director of the Sustainability and Data Sciences Laboratory at Northeastern University, Boston, told Newsweek, “On the hydrometeorological hazards side, heat waves are getting—and are further projected to get—even hotter, cold snaps persisting even if growing less frequent, heavy precipitation getting heavier, and so on.”

Related Faculty: Auroop R. Ganguly

Related Departments:Civil & Environmental Engineering