The drought is changing. It is shorter but more intense, research led by a Czech university has found

Drought periods in Europe have been shorter but more intense since the beginning of the 20th century. Higher temperatures during these periods cause greater water loss from the soil. This has a significantly negative effect on plants and agriculture. An international scientific team led by the Czech University of Life Sciences (ČZU) in Prague has published its results in the prestigious journal Science Advances.

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