Impacts of Climate Change and Land Use on the Southwestern United States
Wind Erosion Vulnerability and Rainfall Mapping in the Southwestern United States

Northern Arizona Slides


A photo of the darker hard packed material taken about 2 miles to the east of Mohave. The soil is very tightly bonded by clay and contains gravel that could eventually form a lag surface further shielding the material from wind erosion -- this is blue in the satellite eolian image.

This image generated by Use of Remotely Sensed Image Data to Automatically Map Wind Erosion Vulnerability (Eolian Mapping) and Rainfall Mapping


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