2 edition of Genesis and development of sand formations on marine coasts found in the catalog.
Genesis and development of sand formations on marine coasts
Pehr Hjalmar Olsson-Seffer
Bibliography: p.36-41, 142-182.
|Statement||by Pehr Olsson-Seffer ;|
|Series||Augustana Library Publications -- 7|
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Rock Island, Ill., Augustana book. Genesis and development of sand formations on marine coasts, Related Titles. Series: Augustana library publications, no.7 By. Olsson-Seffer, Pehr Hjalmar, Olsson-Seffer, Pehr Hjalmar, Genre. Book Material Type. Published material. Publication info. Genesis and development of sand formations on marine coasts.
[Pehr Hjalmar Olsson-Seffer] Genesis and development of sand formations on marine coasts. Rock Island, Ill., Augustana Book concern, printers, (DLC) (OCoLC) Page Sand formations in general 10 Genesis and development 14 Sandy beaches ; 20 Dunes 24 Their sculptural forms 27 Polygenetic origin of a dune-complex 32 Sand fields near the coasts 33 Conditions for plant life 34 Bibliography 36 Genesis and Development of Sand Forma- tions on Marine Coasts.
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Unlike some other reproductions of classic texts (1) We have not used OCR(Optical Character Recognition)Format: Paperback. Sand waves are formed through the action of the wind or water (through waves or tidal currents). Sand waves form also underwater. See also. Sand dune; References External links.
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Genesis and development of sand formations on marine coasts. Beaches; Sand dunes; Plant ecology. OF MARINE COASTS. 05 fall of and in September and October, The coast is opeD to the Indian ocean and the waves strike the beach with full force.
The beach is usually narrow and sloping in an angle of about 30°. (S'ee Fig. 6.). organisms and climate on soil development.
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Coastal and marine ecosystems include near-shore coastal areas, open-ocean marine areas, and sand dune areas, where freshwater and seawater mix. Marine systems extend from the low-water mark, that is, a depth of 50 m, to the high seas, and coastal systems Author: C.
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