Antidune - Upper Plane Bed Transition

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Antidune - Upper Plane Bed Transition
Provided by Nikki Strong, St. Anthony Falls Laboratory & Dept. of Geology and Geophysics, University of Minnesota

Shows transition from upper plane bed sand transport to antidunes. Repeatedly the antidunes form, migrate upstream, grow, steepen, become unstable and get blown back out into plane bed. Flume is 30 cm across x 30 cm high and total length is 5.1 m.

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Uploaded: Jan20 12
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Nikki Strong, St. Anthony Falls Laboratory & Dept. of Geology and Geophysics, University of Minnesota
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