Geomorphology of Cliff-Top Parabolic Dunes within the Lower Chippewa River Valley, Upper Putnam Park, Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
Larson, Phillip H.
McDonald, Jacob M.
Baker, Anna C.
Dryer, W. Patrick
Running, Garry Leonard
Faulkner, Douglas J.
Jol, Harry M.
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This investigation is part of a broader body of research underway in the Lower Chippewa River Valley (LCRV) of west-central Wisconsin. The LCRV is dominated by sandy texture alluvial and glaciofluvial sediments. The purposes of our investigation are: determine whether these conical hills and ridges are eolian dunes, propose a possible mechanism for their genesis, and explain variations in soil morphology across these landforms.
Putnam Park (Eau Claire, Wis.)
Little Niagara Creek (Eau Claire, Wis.)
Sand dunes--Wisconsin--Eau Claire
Beach ridges--Wisconsin--Eau Claire
Eolian processes--Wisconsin--Eau Claire
Color poster with text, images, and maps describing research conducted by Phllip Larson, Jacob McDonald, W. Patrick Dryer, and Anna Baker, advised by Garry Running, Douglas Faulkner, and Harry Jol.
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