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David E. Stooksbury

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David Emory Stooksbury is associate professor of Biological and Agricultural Engineering at University of Georgia's College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.

Stories

09/01/11 - Georgia's summer was, in a word, “Hot!” 08/31/11 - Extreme drought spreads into north Georgia 06/22/11 - Georgia drought reaches highest level 06/07/11 - Ga. summer expected to be hotter and drier 05/31/11 - Drought grips Georgia harder 05/05/11 - Ga. drought likely to continue or worsen this summer 02/14/11 - Georgia peaches, blueberries risk spring freeze damage 11/24/10 - Drought covers most of Georgia 11/24/10 - Winter and early spring expected to be warm and dry 09/16/10 - Drought conditions expand into west, south Georgia 09/10/10 - Georgia sees warmest summer nights ever 08/12/10 - Mild drought returns to parts of Georgia 07/21/10 - Abnormally dry conditions return to parts of Georgia 06/15/10 - Georgia's summer likely warmer, drier than normal 03/11/10 - Bitter winter shakes Georgians 03/04/10 - Spring will be cold, wet, hot and dry 01/21/10 - Georgia peaches, blueberries vulnerable to spring freeze 01/21/10 - Cold Georgia winter leads to soaring heating demand 10/22/09 - Wetter, cooler winter headed to Georgia 06/24/09 - Hot weather kills people and animals 06/11/09 - Georgia emerges from three-year drought 05/05/09 - Lanier and Hartwell basins improve to mild drought 03/30/09 - March rain relieves Georgia drought 02/27/09 - Georgia’s spring climate outlook 11/13/08 - Drought tightens its grip on north Georgia 07/24/08 - Drought conditions intensify across Georgia 06/26/08 - Georgia slips into deeper drought 04/24/08 - Drought lingers across north Georgia 01/24/08 - Georgia remains in drought despite winter rain 10/25/07 - La Niña pattern likely to prolong Georgia drought 09/11/07 - La Niña likely to bring warmer, drier cool season 08/23/07 - Drought conditions in Georgia worsen dramatically 08/09/07 - Health concerns mount with several days around 100 08/08/07 - Drought worst yet in northwest, southwest Georgia 07/24/07 - A 'Katrina' will hit Georgia, climatologist says 07/24/07 - Be prepared before a major hurricane strikes 06/25/07 - Drought slowly worsens statewide in Georgia 06/04/07 - Drought eases in some areas, intensifies in others 06/01/07 - Extremely dry May sets records in Georgia 05/21/07 - Extreme, severe drought expand across Georgia 05/03/07 - Drought extreme across northwest and south Georgia 04/24/07 - Drought deepens, now extreme across south Georgia 04/17/07 - Severe drought conditions develop across Georgia 04/04/07 - Moderate drought conditions develop across Georgia 03/21/07 - Mild drought conditions develop across Georgia 03/13/07 - Tornado safety: increase your chance of surviving 06/19/06 - Agricultural drought intensifies across Georgia 06/13/06 - Mild agricultural drought conditions back in state 05/03/06 - Hurricane in May? Early, active season possible 04/10/06 - Thirsty soils, streams across the state 12/06/05 - Winter outlook: wide swings from bitter to balmy 08/11/05 - Potential flood risk abnormally high in Georgia 05/26/04 - Moderate drought returns to parts of Georgia 04/19/04 - It's back: mild drought returns to Georgia 12/24/03 - Probability of damaging freeze higher in 2004 10/02/03 - Extreme cold expected this fall and winter 10/02/03 - State's weather created perfect fall leaf color 07/18/03 - Take flood precautions before waters start to rise 12/25/02 - Farmers could see better prices in 2003 06/08/00 - Drought to Floods? It's Hurricane Season 06/01/00 - Dry May Intensifies Drought in Georgia 09/08/99 - Drought Raises Farm, Water, Wildfire Concerns 08/25/99 - Drought Among State's Worst Ever in August 08/18/99 - Heating Up: Severe Drought Expands in Georgia 08/10/99 - Severe Drought Returns to Georgia 08/06/99 - It's Peak Hurricane Season; All Georgians Need to Prepare 06/04/99 - Dry May Worsens Georgia Drought 05/21/99 - Spring Precipitation Near Record Low 05/20/99 - Severe Drought Conditions Continue Across Georgia