PUBLISHED: 24 January 2023

Compare and Contrast: Dust Lakes Keep Popping Up Across the West

The Atlantic

Last summer, scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration observed dust blowing 85 miles from its source: Lake Abert and Summer Lake, two dried-up saline lakes in southern Oregon. This had happened before: Saline lake beds are some of the West’s most significant sources of dust. Click here to continue reading