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Modeling Erosion of Particulate MatterBy Ann Perry
August 5, 2011
A U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientist and his research partners have combined models of wind erosion and regional climate patterns to simulate the sources and dispersion of particulate matter-such as tiny bits of soil and other substances-blowing in dust storms around Mexico City.
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