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Keith J. Harding and Peter K. Snyder

western Nebraska because of stronger winds over eastern Nebraska at 850 hPa ( Fig. 5a ), which is the closest standard level to the observed maximum in the Great Plains low-level jet (GPLLJ) ( Arritt et al. 1997 ; Weaver and Nigam 2008 ). Fig . 3. Average May–September irrigation-induced precipitation (mm) from grid cells with at least 10% irrigation fraction for (a) all simulated years, (b) drought years, (c) normal precipitation years, and (d) pluvial years. Hatched areas represent locations where

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