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Co-author Kevin Anchukaitis, climate scientist at the University of Arizona in Tucson, said: “It’s not necessarily possible to rely on finding better climate conditions in one region than another, so you have the potential for large-scale disruption of food systems as well as potential conflict over water resources.”


Yochanan Kushnir, a climate scientist at Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory, who was not involved in the research, added: “This paper shows that the behaviour during this recent drought period is different than what we see in the rest of the record.”

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