Title: Wind tunnel experiments of aeolian dust deposition along ranges of hills
Authors: Goossens, Dirk # ×
Issue Date: Mar-1996
Publisher: John wiley & sons ltd
Series Title: Earth surface processes and landforms vol:21 issue:3 pages:205-216
Abstract: Wind tunnel experiments of aeolian dust deposition on topographic scale models of ranges of hills were conducted. Different hill sizes and hill spacings were used, and comparisons with the deposition patterns over single, isolated hills were made. Dust profiles over ranges of hills differ from the profiles over identical, but isolated hills. On isolated hills the sedimentation maximum on the windward hillslope is always single and located on the concave part of the slope. In the case of ranges of hills, the maximum is either single or double, with the second peak on the convex part of the windward slope in the latter case. The local sedimentation maximum on the convex leeslope, which is rather unimportant on isolated hills, is much more developed in multiple-hill topography. Also, dust deposition on the leeslopes is significantly higher in multiple-hill topography than on isolated hills.
ISSN: 0197-9337
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Division of Geography & Tourism
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