sand dune


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sand dune

[′san ‚dün]
(geology)
A mound of loose windblown sand commonly found along low-lying seashores above high-tide level.
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Sand dunes are home to rare plants and animals, with 70 species listed as conservation priorities including the natterjack toad, sand lizard and dune gentian, experts said.
There's also more than one "Starfleet" sand dune from the photo.
Then, a friend in Boulder told me about her family's trip to see the giant sand dunes at a little-known national park just north of the New Mexico border.
Summary: The soft opening of Dunes by Al Nahda, a luxury resort at Wadi Abyad sand dunes, brings the beauty and wildness of the Omani desert closer to your doorstep.
Sand rail and giant dune buggy tours both take off daily from Sand Dunes Frontier or Sandland Adventures.
However, he said the designs could be amended and suggested the "sand dune park" could be scrapped in favour of a family recreation area.
Just 180 kilometers from Cairo are some of Egypt's most amazing sand dunes
His dad John said: "He was buried under six feet of sand dune for 12 minutes.
The study examined images taken in 2007 and 2010 of the Nili Patera sand dune field located near the Martian equator.
BULLDOZERS have moved on to Kenfig National Nature Reserve in an effort to remodel its sand dune systems.