Global Water Security Center

Providing decision makers with the most reliable, ground-breaking research, applied scientific techniques, and best practices so that the hydrologic cycle and its potential impacts can be put in a context for appropriate action and response by the United States

Analysis Products

Click on each image below to download examples of GWSC’s analysis products. These include our Quicklooks, which provide key facts and data related to specific water events and locations.

Gulf of Guinea, 2024: Floods, droughts, and heatwaves are now the norm.

Panama, 2024: Tight Water-use Margins Limit Canal Operations During Drought

Marshall Islands: By 2050, Rising Sea Levels Will Increase Recurrent Flooding, Inundation

Mexico City 2024: Imminent Water “Day Zero” Crisis is Exaggerated

Haiti & Dominican Republic, 2024: Massacre River is Political Flashpoint between Two Nations

SOUTHCOM, March-May 2024: Equator Divides Extreme Wet and Dry Conditions (El Niño Impacts)

Central and South America, Caribbean Islands, June-August 2023: El Niño Outlook 

Summer 2022: European Drought Affecting River Navigation, Crops, and Hydropower

Marshall Islands: Island Nation Vulnerable to Rising Sea Levels and Drought, Affecting Drinking Water and Crops

Haiti: Nation Vulnerable to Climate Change Due to Physical Exposure; Instability and Socioeconomic Conditions Limit Recovery

Central America, Summer 2022: Drought and Flooding Contribute to Inequality, Migration in Northern Triangle

India, Spring 2022: Record Heat Affecting Crops, Wheat Production Remains Above Average