Life Cycle Of A Sand Dune

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Published on June 24, 2008

Author: fozzie

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AS level geography look at the growth of sand dunes

Life Cycle of a Sand Dune

Embryonic Dunes

Fore Dunes

Yellow Dunes

Grey Dunes

Dune Slacks

Mature Dunes

Profile of Dune System

Dune Blowouts Trough

Dune Blowouts Saucer Shaped

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