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  • 1. USA Drought2012Wakako Kobayashi,Tae Eun Kim, andDaniel Um
  • 2. Introduction
  • 3. Introduction
  • 4. Population Pyramid
  • 5. Adjustments Before
  • 6. Attitudes•  Do Nothing and Accept•  Adjust•  Leave
  • 7. FactorsWater UseStoring/MovingLivestock/CropsSociety Economy Environment Wellbeing
  • 8. Water Use•  Water Recycling•  Water Saving Appliances•  Water Saving Initiatives
  • 9. Texas•  Houston implemented a comprehensive conservationprogram that included an education program,plumbing retrofits, audits, leak detection, andconservation planning.
  • 10. Storing and Moving•  Dams•  Groundwater/Wells•  Canals/Pipelines•  Desalination
  • 11. Las Vegas•  Lake Mead was created to provide water forLas Vegas
  • 12. Livestock/Crops•  Xeriscaping•  Decrease livestocko  (Animals dont eat to the roots)
  • 13. USA Crop Switching Initiative•  As a response to the drought in California,many USA states switching to organic localcrops to reduce soil degradationo  Reduced soil degradation means slowerinfiltration, which means the soil can hold in morewater and needs less.
  • 14. Responses to US Drought
  • 15. FactorsRescueRehabilitationReconstructionEnvironment Social Wellbeing Economy
  • 16. Rescue (Short-term response)•  Allow access tofederally backedemergencyassistance programs•  Federal cropinsurance programPolitical and EconomicFactors
  • 17. Rehabilitation (Mid-term response)•  Adjust irrigation and agricultural practices•  Emergency Conservation Program helped farmers/ranchersSocial and Economic Factors
  • 18. Reconstruction (Long-termresponse)•  Adjustments tostructures•  Federal waterresource facilities(dams, reservoirs,locks, etc.)•  Instituted waterbanksEconomic Factors
  • 19. Conclusion
  • 20. Bibliographyhttp://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/droughthttp://www.redcross.org/prepare/disaster/droughthttp://drought.unl.edu/DroughtBasics/TypesofDrought.aspxhttp://environment.about.com/od/environmentalevents/a/whatisdrought.htmhttp://eden.lsu.edu/Topics/hazards/Drought/Pages/default.aspxhttp://www.dsc.nrsc.gov.in/DSC/Drought/index.jsp?include1=homelink2_b1.jsp&&include2=homelink2_b2.jsphttp://threeissues.sdsu.edu/three_issues_droughtfacts01.htmlhttp://www.odpem.org.jm/DisastersDoHappen/TypesofHazardsDisasters/Droughts/LearnMoreAboutDrought/tabid/286/Default.aspx