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Changes of Permanent Lake Surfaces, and Their Consequences for Dust Aerosols and Air Quality: The Hamoun Lakes of the Sistan Area, Iran

By Alireza Rashki, Dimitris Kaskaoutis, C.J.deW. Rautenbach and Patrick Eriksson

Submitted: January 9th 2012Reviewed: May 1st 2012Published: September 12th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/48776

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Alireza Rashki, Dimitris Kaskaoutis, C.J.deW. Rautenbach and Patrick Eriksson (September 12th 2012). Changes of Permanent Lake Surfaces, and Their Consequences for Dust Aerosols and Air Quality: The Hamoun Lakes of the Sistan Area, Iran, Atmospheric Aerosols - Regional Characteristics - Chemistry and Physics, Hayder Abdul-Razzak, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/48776. Available from:

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