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Dust emission and deposition in southwestern United States - integrated field, remote sensing, and modeling studies to evaluate response to climatic variability and land use

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Dust emission and deposition in southwestern United States - integrated field, remote sensing, and modeling studies to evaluate response to climatic variability and land use, credited to Clow, Gary D, published in 2003. Published in Desertification in the Third Millennium, on pages 271 - 282, in 2003.

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35.9312451103486, -114.199078437326
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[-116.154228210449, 34.7169799804688, -109.663078308105, 38.5079803466797]

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Todd K Hinkley, Gregory P Meeker, Deborah L Soltesz, Paul J Lamothe, Miguel G Velasco, Stuart C Sides, Richard L Reynolds, Richard K Tigges, Gary D Clow, Nicholas Lancaster, Marith C Reheis, Mark Eugene Miller, Robert Fulton, Jayne Belnap, David J Mackinnon, and James C Yount, Dust emission and deposition in southwestern United States - integrated field, remote sensing, and modeling studies to evaluate response to climatic variability and land use: .

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  • Upper Colorado River Basin

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