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An interpretation of eolian features for part of the southern high plains demonstrates the use of remote sensing as an inexpensive and easily applicable tool for identifying long-term wind patterns in regions of moderate relief. Eolian features useful in such an interpretation are sand dunes, blowouts, dust plumes, clay dunes, and wind-formed playas. Although the relief is low to moderate in this area of the high plains, topographic channeling is the most important factor in determining high wind-energy areas.

The multidirectional wind regime of the southern high plains has produced a unique set of eolian features. Migration of parabolic dunes...

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