Aeolian Geomorphology: A New Introduction

Ian Livingstone (Editor), Andrew Warren (Editor)

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Abstract

The new, revised and updated edition of Aeolian Geomorphology offers a concise and highly accessible introduction to the subject. The text covers the topics of deserts and coastlines, as well as periglacial and planetary landforms. The authors review the range of aeolian characteristics that include soil erosion and its consequences, continental scale dust storms, sand dunes and loess. Aeolian Geomorphology explores the importance of aeolian processes in the past, and the application of knowledge about aeolian geomorphology in environmental management.

The new edition includes contributions from eighteen experts from four continents. All the chapters demonstrate huge advances in observation, measurement and mathematical modelling. For example, the chapter on sand seas shows the impact of greatly enhanced and accessible remote sensing and the chapter on active dunes clearly demonstrates the impact of improvements in field techniques. Other examples reveal the power of greatly improved laboratory techniques. This important text:

Offers a comprehensive review of aeolian geomorphology
Contains contributions from an international panel of eighteen experts in the field
Includes the results of the most recent research on the topic
Filled with illustrative examples that demonstrate the advances in laboratory approaches
Written for students and professionals in the field, Aeolian Geomorphology provides a comprehensive introduction to the topic in twelve new chapters with contributions from noted experts in the field.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherWiley-Blackwell
Number of pages336
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-118-94563-6
ISBN (Print)978-1-118-94566-7
Publication statusPublished - 1 Mar 2019

Keywords

  • Aeolian processes
  • deserts
  • geomorphology

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