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What is the Meaning & Definition of storm of sand

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Climate phenomenon characterized by a strong wind that moves a sandy soil

A storm is one of the most frequent meteorological phenomena of our planet and that it is characterized by instability of the atmosphere that finally speak with the fall of abundant water most other phenomena such as lightning, hail, Thunder and strong winds, among others.
Meanwhile, with regard to the sandstorm will be a tremendously strong wind that drives it and that will make the sand moves massive and very powerfully by the action of the same. The drought that characterizes the terrain is the third factor that comes into play to generate this phenomenon. Then, the sandstorm is feasible when a great wind lurks a sandy area.
The sand is carried with great violence elsewhere quickly by the wind, through long miles. Even many times happens that sand is attached with the rain in the path of the storm and ends up producing a shower of mud able to leave great dirt in the environment through which it passes.

Phenomenon characteristic of the deserts and arid zones

This phenomenon is characteristic of those areas that is driven by sand, such is the case of the Sahara desert, in some Plains and in regions where the land is arid or semi-arid.

Problems of visibility and the livestock and agricultural activities

As with the strong storms of water which can cause severe problems such as floods, sandstorms, are also capable of producing many complications in regards to the movement of transit since the violent sand flight reduced to minimum limits visibility. Case is that driving is not recommended for cars in these contexts.
The sandstorm is also capable of producing complex scenarios in activities such as agriculture and livestock, damaging the work of both productions severely and permanently modifying the affected land.
The satellites are good the abruptness transmitters that are capable of producing this type of storms on their way.
Also it is often called as a dust storm.
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