Airborne dust: A primer for clinicians
Sharratt BS, Lauer D. Particulate matter concentration and
air quality affected by windblown dust in the Columbia Plateau.
Journal of Environmental Quality 2006;25:2011–2016.
Rivera Rivera NI, Gill TE, Bleiweiss MP, et al. Source characteristics
of hazardous Chihuahuan Desert dust outbreaks.
Atmospheric Environment 2010;44:2457–2468.
Kok JF. A scaling theory for the size distribution of emitted
dust aerosols suggests climate models underestimate the size
of the global dust cycle. Proceedings of the National Academy
of Sciences 2011;108:1016–1021.
Bullard JE, White K. Dust production and the release of iron
oxides resulting from the aeolian abrasion of natural dune sands.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 2005;30:95–106.
Glenn DD. Sandstorm: Current Issues Surrounding Silica:
Understanding the latest developments. Professional Safety
Panikkath R, Jumper CA, Mulkey Z. Multilobar lung
after exposure to dust storm: the Haboob Lung
Syndrome. American Journal of Medicine 2013;126:e5–e7.
Buck BJ, Goossens D, Metcalf RV, et al. Naturally occurring
asbestos: potential for human exposure, Southern Nevada, USA.
Soil Science Society of America Journal 2013;77:2192–2204.
Winkler P. The growth of atmospheric aerosol particles as a
function of the relative humidity—II. An improved concept
of mixed nuclei. Journal of Aerosol Science 1973;4:373–387.
Gill TE, Stout JE, Peinado P. Composition and characteristics
of aerosols in the Southern High Plains of Texas (USA).
American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings
Wigner KA, Peterson RE. Synoptic climatology of blowing
dust in the Texas South Plains, 1947-84. Journal of Arid
Lee JA, Tchakerian VP. Magnitude and frequency of blowing
dust on the Southern High Plains of the United States, 1947–
Annals of the Association of American Geographers
Lee JA, Moffett KE, Allen BL, et al. Environmental controls
on blowing dust direction at Lubbock, Texas, USA. Earth
Surface Processes and Landforms 1994;19:437–449.
Lei H, Wang JX, Tong DQ, et al. Merged dust climatology in
Phoenix, Arizona based on satellite and station data. Climate
Prospero JM, Ginoux P, Torres O, et al. Environmental characterization
of global sources of atmospheric soil dust identified
with the Nimbus 7 Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer
(TOMS) absorbing aerosol product. Reviews of Geophysics
Lee JA, Gill TE, Mulligan KR, et al. Land use/land cover
and point sources of the 15 December 2003 dust storm in
southwestern North America. Geomorphology 2009;105:
Perry KD, Cahill TA, Eldred RA, et al. Long‐range transport
of North African dust to the eastern United States.
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 1997;102D:
Husar RB, Tratt DM, Schichtel BA, et al. Asian dust events
of April 1998. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres
Donarummo J, Ram M, Stoermer EF. Possible deposit of soil
dust from the 1930’s US dust bowl identified in Greenland
ice. Geophysical Research Letters 2003;30:1269.
Lee JA, Gill TE. Multiple causes of wind erosion in the Dust
Bowl. Aeolian Research 2015;19:15–36.
Stout JE, Lee JA. Indirect evidence of wind erosion trends
on the Southern High Plains of North America. Journal of
Arid Environments 2003;55:43–61.
All articles are published under the Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/