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Prevention and control of dust and sandstorms in Northeast Asia: establishment of a regional monitoring and early warning network for dust and sandstorms in northeast Asia (vol. 2)

Source(s):  Asian Development Bank (ADB)
Asian Development Bank (ADB)

Although DSS is a natural phenomenon that has affected Northeast Asia for thousands of years, it has occurred more frequently in the past 50 years. Its geographic coverage has expanded and the intensity of damage increased largely because of continued land degradation and desertification.



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  • Prevention and control of dust and sandstorms in Northeast Asia: establishment of a regional monitoring and early warning network for dust and sandstorms in northeast Asia (vol. 2)
  • Publication date 2005
  • Number of pages 66 p.

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