United States Drought Monitor
Update: The U.S Drought Monitor Website has undergone a webpage re-organization to make the site easier to navigate. This page will provide updated URLs to update any pages you may have bookmarked. If you have questions about the new website, please visit our New Website FAQ.
The following questions are related to the U.S. Drought Monitor product. For questions regarding the new website, please visit our New Website FAQ.
To see how the U.S. Drought Monitor categories are determined, visit this page.
To see a list of the U.S. Drought Monitor authors, visit this page.
Yes so long as you provide the proper credit. More information is here. If you would like to display a map that is updated weekly, visit our Map Service page for further instructions.
The National Drought Mitigation Center sends an automated email each week that includes the percentage of the entire country that is in drought, the latest U.S. Drought Monitor map, a map showing what changed in the past week, and the U.S. Drought Monitor author's narrative for the week. The NDMC uses the same list for press releases about drought, as warranted by changing conditions. To receive these updates, please subscribe to the DMUpdate list at this link: http://listserv.unl.edu/signup-anon?LISTNAME=DMUpdate&LOCKTYPE=list
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