An evaluation of Australia as a major source of dust
Since Australia is the driest inhabited continent, it is a natural laboratory to study on a large scale dust, its composition, its sources, transport and geochemical composition. This is necessary as there has been a lack of appreciation of the diversity of the Australian regolith characterized by a great array of ages and compositions. This is particularly true of studies that examined the geochemistry of Australian dusts and links with potential deposition sites such as in Antarctica and...[Show more]
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