Study of Saharan dust offers insights into past and possible impact on future climate change

PhysOrg: A small team of researchers from the U.S. and France has found evidence of cycles of Saharan dust movement into the atmosphere in the past and has used the information they gathered to predict dust level changes heading into the future. In their paper published in the journal Nature, the team describes the nature of their study and why they believe changes in the Sahara could mean more potent Atlantic storms in the future. Wind pulling dust into the atmosphere from the Saharan desert has more......

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