By August, 1934, it was evident that the Middle West had been through the greatest drought in its recorded weather history. This drought, which began in June, 1933, was the driest twelve-month period ever recorded for Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, and the Dakotas (Kincer, 1934b).
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Turrell, F. M. and Turrell, Margaret E.
"The effect of the Great Drought of 1934 on the Leaf Structure of Certain Iowa Plants,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 50(1), 185-194.
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