Show simple item record Bristow, C. S. Duller, G. A. T. Lancaster, N. 2011-05-23T11:36:45Z 2011-05-23T11:36:45Z 2007-02-07
dc.identifier.citation Bristow , C S , Duller , G A T & Lancaster , N 2007 , ' Age and dynamics of linear dunes in the Namib Desert ' Geology , vol 35 , no. 6 , pp. 555-558 . DOI: 10.1130/G23369A.1 en
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dc.description Bristow, C. S., Duller, G. A. T., Lancaster, N. (2007). Age and dynamics of linear dunes in the Namib Desert. Geology, 35(6), 555-558. Sponsorship: American Chemical Society en
dc.description.abstract Ground-penetrating radar and luminescence dating studies of a large, complex, linear dune in the northern part of the Namib Sand Sea provide new information on the age and internal sedimentary structures of these dunes, with important implications for interpretations of paleoclimates and the rock record of eolian sandstones. The dune is a composite feature formed during several episodes of construction, including a hiatus of almost 2000 yr. The oldest sands within the dune are 5700 yr old, indicating complete turnover of sand during the Holocene. The dune has moved laterally by ~300 m during the past 2500 yr, proving lateral migration of a large linear dune. Dune construction has been affected by climate change, and we attribute the hiatus to increased rainfall and vegetation, which largely halted sand movement and dune building in the Namib Desert during the middle Holocene. en
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dc.language.iso eng
dc.relation.ispartof Geology en
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dc.subject linear dunes en
dc.subject Namib Desert en
dc.subject ground-penetrating radar en
dc.subject optically stimulated luninescence dating en
dc.title Age and dynamics of linear dunes in the Namib Desert en
dc.type /dk/atira/pure/researchoutput/researchoutputtypes/contributiontojournal/article en
dc.contributor.institution Department of Geography and Earth Sciences en
dc.contributor.institution Quaternary Environmental Change Group en
dc.description.status Peer reviewed en

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