A recent study by the Center for Climate Science and Resilience (CR)2, led by Dr. Mauricio Galleguillos, analyzed in detail the impact of climate change and land use change on water availability from the Cauquenes River Basin, which dried up during the summer of 2020.

The full note can be read on the (CR)2 website or directly in La Tercera newspaper.

The scientific article published in the Journal of Hydrology is available here