Students at the University of New Mexico are designing and deploying flood sensors to improve flood prediction models.
On this podcast episode, local historian Dan Flores shares perspectives of both natural and human history in this region of eastern New Mexico.
Copious amounts of monsoon moisture have been streaming into the Southwest U.S. over the past two weeks, increasing flood threat on a land primed for enhanced rainfall runoff by two precursors — drought and wildfires. The sudden regime change from dry to wet may bring flash floods to parched land that has been cracking under a sizzling sun.
Join us for severe storm chasing on the Great Plains in this episode of the GeoTrek podcast.