USGS and US Forest Service staff installing dust monitoring equipment

USGS and US Forest Service staff installing dust monitoring equipment at a uranium mine near Grand Canyon National Park.

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USGS and US Forest Service staff installing dust monitoring equipment at a uranium mine near Grand Canyon National Park.

Climate change combined with overlapping high-intensity land uses are likely to create conditions detrimental to the recreation economy, wildlife habitat, water availability and other resources in hyper-arid landscapes, or drylands, in the future, according to a paper published in Ecosphere.

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Image Dimensions: 1936 x 2592

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Location Taken: Grand Canyon National Park, AZ, US