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vocabulary

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Dust storm- a windstorm that lifts up clouds of dust or sand

 

Topsoil- the layer of soil on the surface  

 

Dust bowl- a region subject to dust storms especially the central region of  United States subject to dust storms in the 1030s 

 

Mph- the ratio of the distance traveled in miles to the time spent traveling in hours

 

Murk- an atmosphere in which visibility is reduced because of a cloud of some substance

 

Panhandle- beg by accosting people in the street and asking for money

 

Technically- with regard to technique

 

Oklahoma- a state in south central united states

 

Southeastern- situated in or oriented toward the southeast

 

Southwest- the compass point midway between south and west at 225 degrees

 

 

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DrouthSurvivors.jpg (2909x2151 pixels) (prime doc one)

DrouthSurvivors.jpg (2909x2151 pixels) (prime doc  one) | life in the dust | Scoop.it
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i see that there are two cows dead . i see that one cow is almost coverd with sand. there is  a sand doon in the back grounded. there  is a snake  that looks like hes about to eat the cow. the tractur is coverd in sand.

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Dust Bowl ( web site three)

Dust Bowl ( web site three) | life in the dust | Scoop.it
The Dust Bowl was the name given to the Great Plains region devastated by drought in 1930s depression-ridden America.
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The Dust Bowl: 2012 vs. 1930s - weather.com( connection to today one)

The Dust Bowl: 2012 vs. 1930s - weather.com( connection to today one) | life in the dust | Scoop.it
There have been many comparisons between 2012's growing drought and the 1930's Dust Bowl. We take you back in history to the Dust Bowl and explain what happened meteorologically, agriculturally, and culturally.
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