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Wind River Drought Summaries


Members of the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho Tribes have been working with an interdisciplinary team of social, ecological, and climate scientists from the North Central CSC, the High Plains Regional Climate Center, and the National Drought Mitigation Center along with other university and agency partners to prepare regular climate and drought summaries to aid in managing water resources on the Wind River Reservation and in surrounding areas.

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Principal Investigator :
Cody Knutson
Funding Agency :
North Central CSC

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WindRiver_DroughtSummary_2015_Dec.pdf 1.27 MB
WindRiver_DroughtSummary_2015_June.pdf 1.47 MB
WindRiver_DroughtSummary_2015_March.pdf 394.44 KB
WindRiver_DroughtSummary_2015_May.pdf 449.74 KB
WindRiver_DroughtSummary_2015_Sept.pdf 1.3 MB
WindRiver_DroughtSummary_2016_Dec.pdf 1.26 MB
WindRiver_DroughtSummary_2016_June.pdf 1.31 MB
WindRiver_DroughtSummary_2016_March.pdf 1.26 MB
WindRiver_DroughtSummary_2016_Sept.pdf 1.3 MB
WindRiver_DroughtSummary_2017_March.pdf 1.28 MB


  • National and Regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers
  • North Central CASC

Associated Items


Native Communities
Drought, Fire and Extreme Weather
Science Tools For Managers


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