Today’s dust storms are trivial compared with the ones that blew loessial deposits from glacial regions in the mountains to cover the Canterbury Plains. Nevertheless, the continuing erosion today of fine soil from cultivated paddocks and river beds can be significant in strong north-westerly winds.
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