Late Quarternary Eolian Dunes and Fluvial Terraces of the Lower Chippewa River Valley.
Olson, Lindsay M.
Larson, Phillip H.
Running, Garry Leonard
Faulkner, Douglas J.
Jol, Harry M.
Hupy, Joseph P.
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The Lower Chippewa River Valley (LCRV) extends south-southwest ~100 km from Eau Claire, Wisconsin to its confluence with the Mississippi River near Wabasha, Minnesota. A sequence of seven paired alluvial terraces were previously mapped throughout the LCRV (Speer et al, 2007). The primary objective of this research was to ground truth the original terrace map created by Speer and map the spatial distribution of the eolian sand dunes observed throughout the LCRV.
Sand dunes--Wisconsin--Chippewa River Valley
Terraces (Geology)--Wisconsin--Chippewa River Valley
Eolian processes--Wisconsin--Chippewa River Valley
Fluvial geomorphology--Wisconsin--Chippewa River Valley
Color poster with text, images, and maps describing research conducted by Lindsay M. Olson and Phillip H. Laron, advised by Garry L. Running, Douglas J. Faulkner, Harry M. Jol, and Joseph P. Hupy.
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