Aeolian processes and landforms bear biophysical as well as chemical influence on significant portions of Earth as well as other planets, making studies of wind-blown sediment relevant as ever. This session will feature investigations of aeolian processes and landforms in and out of the coastal zone, spanning all temporal and spatial scales. We invite presentations discussing topics including grain-scale sediment transport, dune morphology and migration, and system behavior like beach-dune interaction through both laboratory- and field-based studies.
|Presenter||Jean Ellis*, University of South Carolina, Dougals Sherman, University of Alabama, Predicting Aeolian Sand Transport Rates: A Sensitivity Analysis||20||2:40 PM|
|Presenter||Tarek Kandakji*, Texas Tech University, Jeff Lee, Texas Tech University, Junran Li, University of Tulsa, Tom Gill, University of Texas at El Paso, Spatio-Temporal analysis of Dust Point Sources in the Southwestern United States||20||3:00 PM|
|Presenter||Paul Gares*, East Carolina University, Thad Wasklewicz, East Carolina University, Patrick Hesp, Flinders University, Ian Walker, Arizona State University, Development of Saucer Blowouts and their role in Dune Field Evolution||20||3:20 PM|
|Presenter||Steven Namikas*, Louisiana State University, Evidence for the inelastic nature of grain-bed collisions during aeolian saltation.||20||3:40 PM|
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