Sand dunes occur throughout the world, from arid desert regions to coastal and lakeshore plains. They are characterized by remarkable structure and patterns and provide habitats for a variety of life. The direction and velocity of winds and the local supply of sand, result in a variety of sand dune shapes and sizes.
This book presents topical research data in the study of sand dunes, including dune ecosystems of the Southern Pampean Coast of Argentina, Aeolian sand dune environments and vertebrate diversity in the Thar Desert of India.
Dune Ecosystems of the Southern Pampean Coast (Argentina): An Insight into Floristic Diversity, Ecology and Conservation
Aeolian Sand Dune Environments
Fatty Acid Profile of Ripened Canavalia Split Beans of the Coastal Sand Dunes
The Geology of Sand Dunes
Improving Water Regimes of Loamy Sand for Wheat Cultivation by Adding Silt Loam
The Sahara: A Desert of Change
Vertebrate Diversity in the Thar Desert, India
Nutricional Quality of Germinated Seeds of Canavalia Maritima of Coastal Sand Dunes