United States: Assessing Climate Change in a Drought-Stricken State

New York Times: Texas has endured its worst one-year drought in recorded history. And the hottest July. August is on course to be hotter still, setting another record. As the drought persists, trees across Texas are dying, including some pecan trees in Oakwood Cemetery in Austin. Expanded coverage of Texas is produced by The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit news organization. To join the conversation about this article, go to texastribune.org. So, is this the result of climate change? Scientists hedge, particularly......

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