A new survey has revealed that the deserts of Arizona, Nevada, Utah and Colorado are the most productive land in the country, despite the threat of climate change.
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) published a new report this week that says that Arizona, Utah, Nevada and Colorado produced the most crops per acre in the U.D. and that this is largely because of the arid soils they are covered in.
This is especially true of the deserts in Arizona, where water shortages and desertification are a concern.
This could be particularly true for farmers in the desert regions, as their lands are the least irrigated and have less vegetation.
The report, titled ‘Growth, Capacity and Land Use in the Great Basin Deserts,’ found that the land areas covered by the aridity of Arizona and Utah are more productive than those in other parts of the U, as well as Colorado, California and Texas.
This means that arid lands are also in a position to produce the highest yields of crops in the nation, with crops in Arizona and California producing roughly two-thirds of the world’s arable land.
The arid regions have become a major agricultural resource for farmers and ranchers, with a growing demand for agricultural commodities in areas that are prone to drought.
However, the report found that, as climate change intensifies, farmers and ranchhers will have to adapt to an increasingly arid future, and the new report warns that this will require them to take “extra precautions to manage their lands in a way that does not adversely affect the environment.”
The report states that farmers and farmers’ organizations are now actively working to address the issue, as many of these groups are working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in areas like the Great Plains and the Southwest, where the U-turns and desertization are a major concern.
The land survey also found that aridity has contributed to the development of water shortages, as the vast majority of the land in arid areas is not irrigated.
As a result, water shortages are common, with more than one-third of the states’ arid counties lacking water, according to the report.
The Great Basin desert regions also have a long history of severe droughts, which are a primary driver of the increasing drought in the region.
As the region becomes more arid, the potential for a repeat of the drought is real.