Oklahoma lake levels generally fall well beyond their maximum capacity point during times of drought. During the drought that occured in the first half of 2015, certain lakes in Oklahoma dropped below 50 percent capacity... More »

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According to About.com, there are many causes for drought, but the most important one "relates to the amount of water vapor in the atmosphere, as this is what creates precipitation." Moist, low pressure systems tend to b... More »

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Droughts are caused by changes in land and sea surface temperatures, atmospheric circulation patterns and soil moisture content. A change in any one of these factors sets up a cyclical chain of events that can result in ... More »

Wolves no longer live in Oklahoma, according to the Oklahoma Archeological Survey. The state's bounty hunting, decimated bison population, and reduced deer population led to complete elimination of wolves in the 1930s. U... More »

Oklahoma is the 46th state in the United States, its capital is Oklahoma City and its nickname is the "Sooner State." It officially became a state on November 16, 1907. Oklahoma has several state symbols, including the s... More »

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People can check Oklahoma water levels to determine if a recreational activity is appropriate in a certain body of water. The Oklahoma Water Resources Board and the United States Geological Survey have water levels for r... More »

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MapQuest provides a full map of Oklahoma at its website, MapQuest.com. The map displays the state's major cities, roadways, waterways, land features and attractions, and the website's zoom tool allows viewers to zoom in ... More »

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