Dust storm simulation over Iran using HYSPLIT

@inproceedings{Ashrafi2014DustSS,
  title={Dust storm simulation over Iran using HYSPLIT},
  author={Khosro Ashrafi and Majid Shafiepour-Motlagh and Alireza Aslemand and Sarmad Ghader},
  booktitle={Journal of environmental health science & engineering},
  year={2014}
}
Particulate matters have detrimental effects on human health, environment and economic. This pollutant may emit from anthropogenic or natural sources. On global scale, main proportion of natural particulate matter release to the atmosphere because of wind erosion from arid and semi-arid regions. Recently, the amount of dust coming from Arabian countries has dramatically increased, especially dust storms that are affecting western and even central parts of Iran. This phenomenon has caused a lot… CONTINUE READING

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