Lack of rainfall is tough to plan for and prevent. The University of Kansas, however, is using GPS to pick out problem areas that could become affected by drought. They keep track of vegetation patterns over a period of time and by checking every two weeks, can see which areas are more prone to drought. Once identified, they can employ better land management techniques to nip the problem in the bud and hopefully prevent any drastic droughts.
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