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Decades of epidemiological research have firmly established a link between exposure to fine particulate matter and adverse health effects. (Adobe Images)

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As researchers working at the intersection of environmental health, air pollution and climate change, we wanted to know how increasing drought conditions and population growth in the U.S. Southwest could affect airborne dust levels and public health.

By Ploy Pattanun Achakulwisut, George Washington University; Loretta Mickley, Harvard University, & Susan Anenberg, George Washington University June 12, 2018

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