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Topic - William Sprigg
Monsoon storms send huge walls of dust across parts of Arizona, sometimes snarling traffic on roadways and knocking out power.
"They have a tremendous economic and social impact that has been very, very difficult to nail down," Sprigg said. "But we know enough now that we can tell people a lot more about what they are being exposed to."
and human health is due to limited funding and a lack of routine soil sampling and analysis, he said.