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Wind and Landscape An Introduction to Aeolian Geomorphology

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By: Ian Livingstone and Ian Warren
224 pages, B/w illus
Publisher: Terra Publishing
Wind and Landscape
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  • Wind and Landscape ISBN: 9781903544143 Paperback Dec 2007 Publication cancelled #144441
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Covers the full range of the effects of the wind on Earth's surface landforms, not only in hot deserts but also on coastlines, in cold polar environments, and wherever aeolian processes are significant. The most familiar features and processes - dust storms, soil erosion by wind, sand dunes and loess - are covered in full detail. The authors also discuss the activity of wind in the past, as well as contemporary environmental hazards caused by the wind's interaction with the solid Earth.

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Cancelled
By: Ian Livingstone and Ian Warren
224 pages, B/w illus
Publisher: Terra Publishing
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