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Distribution of vegetation in wind-dominated landscapes: implications for wind erosion modeling and landscape processes


Distribution of vegetation in wind-dominated landscapes: implications for wind erosion modeling and landscape processes



Journal of Geophysical Research 106(D9): 9673-9683



ISSN/ISBN: 2169-897X

DOI: 10.1029/2001jd900052

Dust emission and wind erosion from arid and semiarid environments provide a major source of global atmospheric aerosols. Well-known relations between wind stress and saltation sand flux for sand sheets and relations between sand flux and dust emission by sandblasting have enabled construction of dust models that have only been partly successful in predicting atmospheric mineral dust concentrations. Most models of wind erosion assume that vegetation is evenly distributed.

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