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Weather Diary  23 February 1977 Wind errosion causes major losses of topsoil every winterStill image:
Size: 2199 x 1238
Acquisition: Graphic, Scanned illustration
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Location: Florida
License: Royalty Free
Usage: Creative and Editorial
Point of view: Other
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Season shot: Winter

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Keywords:   Blowing Dust, Blowing dust, Aerosols, Land Use Changes, Wind, Long range pollution transport, Daily weather diary, February Weather Events
Asset ID: 5180
Title: Weather Diary 23 February 1977
Concept: Wind errosion causes major losses of topsoil every winter
Detail: 23 February 1977: Perhaps the worst dust storm since the great Dust Bowl of the 30's. Winds approaching 100 mph swept off the Rockies into the bone-dry Colorado plains, which had been parched by severe drought. Giant clouds of dust were hurled more than 12,000 feet into the air. Satellites were able to track the dust storm cloud moving across the entire southern part of the United States. Visibilities in Texas, Georgia, and northern Florida occasionally dropped as low as one mile as the dust cloud swept by. Agricultural damaqe, particularly in Colorado was enormous; 250,000 acres of wheat were destroyed and close to a million acres of other valuable crop lands were severely damaged by wind erosion. Millions of tons of topsoil simply flew away, only to be deposited in the Atlantic Ocean 3 days later.

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