the world, the impact of drought is usually seen by a series of pictures.
Drooping, shrivelled crops, dry river channels, reservoirs and starvation
amongst people are all possible impacts of drought. Under long drought
conditions most vegetation is unable to survive, and the roots cannot
help stop the erosion of soil. The soil and dirt can be blown into
the air by winds to create dust storms. These can turn the sky very
dark, block out the sun and can be called black blizzards.
Rock Canyon, Nevada, North America