A geometry quantitative model describing barchan
dune shape proposed by Sauermann et al.
"It's unclear why barchan
dunes exist at all," says Pieter Vermeesch, a geologist at University College London.
Already in the 90s of the last century (after organization of the clinic of the Termez branch of the Research Institute of Therapy and Medical Rehabilitation) the psammotherapy studies on the steppe barchan
sand origin "Etim-Kum" were begun, where a proper ground for sand baths was established (Zunnunov et al., 2006).
In Luderitz, the mobile dunes are called barchan
, or half-moon dunes.
The largest sand structures (rhourds, linear dunes or seifs, elbs, and silks) are stable, while barchan
dunes may move dozens of meters a year (even hundreds of meters in the sand tongues of Patagonia).
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The tranquil turquoise waters of the Gulf are surrounded by white and golden crescent-shaped Barchan
dunes which reflect all the golds and pinks of the sunrises and sunsets, casting dramatic shadows across the desert.
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When this happens, the dune's leading edges curve around to form a crescent or barchan
Outside the park Lilifesters can enjoy the family day at Habbies and the return of Barchan
Mad Comedy to Kilbarchan Performing Arts Centre in the evening."
Arise's nomination committee members are Johan Claesson, of CA Fastigheter et al; Bengt HellstrA m, of Tredje AP-fonden; Jan Barchan
, of Briban Invest, Peter Gyllenhammar, appointed by the company and himself and Gahm, the chairman of the board
The dunes seen in the image are primarily (https://www.britannica.com/science/barchan) "barchan
" dunes, which are crescent-shaped structures produced by action of wind from one direction.