complex dune

complex dune

[′käm‚pleks ′dün]
(geology)
A dune of varying forms, often very large, and produced by variable, shifting winds and the merging of various dune types.
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If the above analysis proves true, then combating a complex Dune insurgency will be problematic.
Where a complex dune system exists, principally on the gulf side of the island, the spider is most likely found on the secondary dunes in areas where vegetation is minimal.
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