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Auxiliary material for this article contains Using an atmospheric general circulation model, we show the plausibility of unprecedented atmospheric dust loading being an important forcing factor during the “Dust Bowl” drought of the 1930s.

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grl24440-sup-0002-fs01.epsPS document1419KFigure S1. Ensemble mean differences in net surface radiation. Ensemble mean differences in the surface latent heating.
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