Rising Temperatures & Persistent Drought Threaten to Create a Second Dust Bowl

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Rising temperatures, persistent drought, and depleted aquifers could set the stage for a second Dust Bowl, a period of drought and dust storms that affected the prairies in the USA and Canada during the 1930s.

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