Randy Pench/rpench@sacbee.com

Drivers navigate their vehicles through blowing sand north of dust-prone Owens Lake on Highway 136 near Lone Pine<137> in late November<137>. <137>on Thursday, November 21, 2013.<137> Owens Lake dried up in the mid-1920s and formed a salty-white moonscape that has become the largest man-made source of hazardous airborne dust in the United States.<252>

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