Drought occurs as a result of the interaction between the supply and demand of water, which is affected by natural or artificial behavior such as precipitation, and their effects on society including economic, environmental, and individual suffering. Drought is defined by a number of criteria and can be broadly classified into the following four: meteorological, agricultural, hydrologic and socio-economic.
Decreased Soil Water Content
Decreased Crop Yield
Impact of Human on Animals and Plants
Reduced Inflow of Reservoirs, etc.
Impacts of Local
Environmental and Economy