Great American Dust Bowl, environmental science homework help

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Watch the 1 hour long documentary  in the link below, about the Great American Dust Bowl. Write a minimum of 350 word summary covering the facts presented in the video as well as your impressions on how life was for the farmers living in the area during this time and any additional information not mentioned in the lecture. You can either enter online text or a word file.

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The plains surrounding the state of Kansas were known to be very
productive land with evergreen terrains. The state of Kansas was described
as great farm producer with adverts showing extraordinary farm produces.
This became a challenge to eager farmers and they all descended onto the
plains with improved farming techniques ploughing miles and miles of land.
Thousands of acres were put under cultivation and this continued with
high yield returns.
In 1931, as the farmer ploughed their land waiting for the rain, but
something unusual happened. Instead, strong winds came. The winds came
with terrible force blowing continuously for 100 hours, blowing up the soil
from the cultivated plains causing very thick dust. So thick that it was
difficult so see. People thought that this would happen for some time and
normalcy would resum...

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