Posted by: Michael Ritter PhD | September 17, 2006

Hot Dust And Moisture Collide To Fuel Asian Summer Rainy Season

NASA scientists report that hot dust from desert regions helps trigger monsoon rains over South Asia’s Tibetan Plateau.

Read article at ScienceDaily
TPE Link – Particulates; Regional Scale Winds: Monsoon; condensation; Tropical Monsoon Climate

Image: Dust and smoke from fires (red points) over northwestern India/Pakistan. Courtesy NASA (Source)


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