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Interpretation of Windflow Characteristics from Eolian Landforms (SPECIAL PAPER (GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA)) by Robert Marrs



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Interpretation of Windflow Characteristics from Eolian Landforms. Geological Society of America Special Paper 192. Boulder, CO. Fertig, W. 2000. Techniques of interpretation of windflow characteristics from eolian landforms. Stubbendieck, . . Geological Society of America Special Paper 19. oogle Scholar. Dudal, R. and H. Eswaran. Distribution, properties and classification of Vertisols. Modern and Ancient Eolian Deposits: Petroleum Exploration and Production. Rocky Mountain Section Society Economic Paleontology and Mineralology, Denver, CO, US. Erosion, transportation, and sedimentation performed by the atmosphere. Journal of Geology 2:318–331. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Authors and Affiliations.

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