“Sandstorms — also called duststorms — are caused by strong winds blowing over loose soil or sand, and picking up so much of that material that visibility is greatly reduced. The widespread abundance of loose sand in deserts makes them the most common locations for sandstorms to form.”
Continue reading the strory at http://www.weatherquestions.com/What_causes_sandstorms.htm
We have great amounts of:
1. Sea water
So we will concentrate on how to transform these into things beneficial to the mankind.
We will turn sea water to domestic water useable for a) irrigation and b) to be consumed by farm animals.
We will find methods to purify the sea water to c) potable drinking water for human consumption.
We will find methods to fight the sand storms and methods of making the sand fixed and non flying.
We will cover methods to transfer sun energy to electricity to power and to be used in the above processes.
There seams plenty of sandstorms in Arizona.
Here some links to the videos in Youtube.
A massive sandstorm hits the greater Phoenix Area July 3 2014
Sandstorm – Gilbert, Arizona – July 3 2014
A BLINDING dust storm has swept through central Arizona and briefly prompted the grounding of flights at Phoenix’s main airport.
Phoenix Dust Storm TIMELAPSE VIDEO – July 3, 2014
Towards the end of the video you can see a plane taking off, probably the last one allowed to leave.
Haboob Dust Storm Phoenix AZ 7/3/2014