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
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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
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