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Title: Asian dust events of April 1998
Authors: Husar, R.
Tratt, D.
Schichtel, B.
Falke, S.
Li, F.
Jaffe, D.
Gasso, S.
Gill, T.
Laulainen, N.
Lu, F.
Reheis, M.
Chun, Y.
Westphal, D.
Holben, B.
Gueymard, C.
McKendry, I.
Kuring, N.
Feldman, G.
McClain, C.
Frouin, R.
Merrill, J.
Dubois, D.
Vignola, F.
Murayama, T.
Nickovic, S.
Wilson, W.
Sassen, K.
Sugimoto, N.
Malm, W.
Issue Date: 27-Aug-2001
Citation: Journal of Geophysical research-atmospheres, v.106, no. D16, pp. 18317-18330
St Louis, MO USA
Abstract: On April 15 and 19, 1998, two intense dust storms were generated over the Gobi desert by springtime low-pressure systems descending from the northwest. The windblown dust was detected and its evolution followed by its yellow color on SeaWiFS satellite images, routine surface-based monitoring, and through serendipitous observations.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/15739
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