Published online November 26, 2021
Journal of Ecology and Environment (2021) 45:25
© The Ecological Society of Korea.
Sinkyu Kang1, Sang Hun Lee2, Nanghyun Cho1, Casmir Aggossou1 and Jungwha Chun3
Department of Environmental Science, Kangwon National University, Chuncheon, Korea; Center for Global Cooperation, Korea Environment Institute, Sejong, Korea; Forest ICT Research Center, National Institute of Forest Science, Seoul, Korea
Correspondence to:Sinkyu Kang
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Keywords: Dust and sandstorm (DSS), Desertification, Dzud, Dryland hazard, Ecosystem
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