The Bibliography of Aeolian Research (The BAR) contains 44,395 references to papers and reports that focus on aeolian research — the study of the detachment, transport, and deposition of sediments by wind. Aeolian research spans a broad array of disciplines and may include:
Citations that have a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) may be accessed using a "DOI Resolver".
- the study of the physics of blowing sand, dust, and other granular material (i.e., saltation, suspension, creep and abrasion);
- the study of geomorphic processes in arid environments and associated aeolian landforms, deposits, and sedimentary features;
- the study of wind erosion and its control by tillage, cover crops, shelterbelts, and other management practices; and
- the study of mineral dust, dust emissions, atmospheric transport and the effects of fine particulate matter on climate, weather, and air quality.
The BAR was updated by J.E. Stout on 3 August 2017
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