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Definition of the noun dust bowl
What does dust bowl mean as a name of something?
- a region subject to dust storms; especially the central region of United States subject to dust storms in the 1930s
- lexical domain: Locations - nouns denoting spatial position
- more generic terms: geographic area / geographic region / geographical area / geographical region = a demarcated area of the Earth
- part of: Great Plains / Great Plains of North America = a vast prairie region extending from Alberta and Saskatchewan and Manitoba in Canada south through the west central United States into Texas
- "Dust Bowl" is the ninth studio album by blues rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa. It was released worldwide on March 22, 2011. The cover art is based on a famous 1936 photograph by Arthur Rothstein.
- genre: Blues rock
- released on (4 years ago)
- "Dust Bowl" is a musical album of Howe Gelb.
- released on
- "Dust Bowl" is a composition.
- music by Stephin Merritt
"Dust Bowl" is a book by Donald Worster.
- also known as "Dust Bowl: the Southern Plains in the 1930s"
- genre: Non-fiction
- subjects: History of the Americas, Southwestern United States, 20th century, History, Agriculture, United States of America
- award: - Bancroft Prize, received by Donald Worster
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by Bobby A. Stewart, Terry Howell
INTRODUCTION The Dust Bowl era was the period of drought from 1931 to 1939 that was coupled with severe wind-driven soil erosion of overgrazed rangeland and soil exposed by the use of farming practices not adapted to the semiarid ...
Courtwright DUST BOWL “Dust Bowl” is the name applied to the high plains of Texas, Oklahoma, ...
drought index 77 Dust Bowl affected (agricultural, economic, social). The initial disturbance originates from a meteorological event becomes an agricultural drought – as distinct from a meteorological drought – when agricultural production falls ...
Dust Bowl Empiricism However, other elements of empiricist philosophy do surface in writing about sociological method. For example, Bacon's complaint about empiricist “ants” is reflected in rather similar objections to the “mere collection” of ...
by John F. Mongillo, Linda Zierdt-Warshaw
chronicled both the Dust Bowl and the resultant migrations of many affected farmers. The first major influx of farmers into the southern plains took place in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Attracted to the fertile land, ...
by Steven L. Danver
As a result, many average tenant farmers became “dust bowl refugees,” and headed west for jobs and survival. Many migrants already had friends or relatives who had responded to advertisements for work in Arizona's cotton fields, and ...
Encyclopedia of Soil Science (2006)
by R. Lal
Hence, the Dust Bowl of the Great Plains in the 1930s was probably a hot spot, yet, today, agriculture is prosperous there. There and elsewhere, as in the West African Sahel, the Mallee of southeastern Australia, a great deal of soil may be lost ...
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- Dust Bowl
A huge dust storm moves across the land during the Dust Bowl of the 1930s.
Photo credit: USDAgov
- Dust bowl
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- Dust Bowl Cars
Gilmore Car Museum photo
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- Neighboring Houses with Cathedral & Dust Bowl
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- A Modern Dust Bowl Carnival
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- Barren farm in Dust Bowl
1936. Great Depression - public domain
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- Summit Dust Bowl
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Quotes about Dust Bowl
2,000 years of history cannot be wiped away so easily! !
So, learn from the truth and live;
However, the truth is also hidden from the very eyes of many!
But, at that time,
In a desolate place,
You will clean the dust bowl to hunt for food. (Edward Kofi Louis)
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