Paul Jewell

University of Utah

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Lake Bonneville Spits as Paleoclimate Wind Socks part of Vignettes:Vignette Collection
Lake Bonneville is the largest of several pluvial lakes (formed during a period of elevated precipitation) that formed in the Great Basin of the western United States during the Last Glacial Maximum 32,000 to ...

Great Basin Dunes and Winds: What Might They Tell Us About the Geologic Record? part of Vignettes:Vignette Collection
Dune fields have long been recognized as important geomorphic features of continents, both on the modern Earth and in the geologic record. While dunes can exhibit a variety of morphologies (McKee, 1979), they ...