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New US soil moisture network provides new opportunities to evaluate drought. See "Evaluation of the 2012 Drought with a Newly Established National Soil Monitoring Network," by Jesse E. Bell, Ronald D. Leeper, Michael A. Paleckib, Evan Coopersmith, Tim Wilson, Rocky Bilotta, and Scott Embler. doi:10.2136/vzj2015.02.0023
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