Abstract

The oblique impact of wind-driven rain on relatively fine-grained sand produces small, asymmetric rippleforms spaced about a centimeter apart and 2-3 mm high. Rain-impact ripples physically resemble adhesion ripples; the asymmetry, however, of rain-impact ripples relative to the formative winds directly opposes that of adhesion ripples.

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