Aeolian landforms

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  • Aeolian Landforms
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  • Landforms created by the processes of wind erosion or deposition of wind weathered surface materials. These include landforms with some of the following geomorphic features: sand dunes, deflation hollows, and desert pavement. Alternative spelling "aeolian landforms."
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Abstract from DBPedia
    Aeolian landforms are features of the Earth's surface produced by either the erosive or constructive action of the wind. This process is not unique to the Earth, and it has been observed and studied on other planets, including Mars.

    (Source: http://dbpedia.org/resource/Aeolian_landform)