The Sahara Desert, Aerosoles Blocking Sunlight, Climate Change Being Especially Devastating in West Africa, the Agulhas Current and Eddy Currents Producing a Miniature Ice Age in Parts of Europe, and California, United States of America and Indo-Ganges Basin, India Food Production Yields

The Sahara is 15x the size of Texas, United States of America and is the largest desert in the world. The Sahara displaced millions of tonnes of sand into the atmosphere every year and is the worlds largest source of aerosol in June, July, and August. An aerosol can be solid or liquid and can have multiple different effects with the most beneficial and devastating being the blocking out of sunlight as is the case with volcanic ash and holding heat to help raise temperatures. There are few places...

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