Climate Change Threatens to Create a Second Dust Bowl: Scientific American
"If the drought holds on for two or three more years, as droughts have in the past, we will have Dust Bowl conditions in the farming belt," says Craig Cox, an agriculture and natural resources expert with the Environmental Working Group, a nonprofit using public information to protect public health and the environment. "It could be in a sense an invisible Dust Bowl—not like the big storms before, but withered crops, dry streams and other disasters that accompanied the Dust Bowl..."Flashback: Time warmist Bryan Walsh: "The 2012 drought is actually a sign of just how resilient American agriculture has become"
[Walsh] The 2012 drought is actually a sign of just how resilient American agriculture has become. Despite one of the driest growing periods in decades, American farmers will actually produce far more corn and other crops this year than they did in a good year as recently as the 1980s.