4 Replies to “Sand 13-17 VBDPIR”

  1. We appreciate these aesthetically and then go to Reineck & Singh ‘Depositional Sedimentary Environments’ to understand the geomorphological and physical details. Two sides of the brain.

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  2. Absolutely. I am always trying to understand to processes involved in these ripple patterns. The book you recommend is a bit too expensive for me to check out; but Chapter 6 in “The World’s Beaches – a global guide to the science of the shoreline” by Pilkey, Neal, Kelly & Cooper has some of the basics.

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  3. Excellent yet again. And thanks. My wife is a Dubliner, and we like to visit the Dingle whenever we can. I’m hoping we will make future visits, and I’ll make a specific attempt to see these ‘live’. I am also wondering if you have taken similar photos of Swansea Bay, which has a most interesting, and dynamic, distribution of wave patterns and particle sizes. (But then, all beaches are like that in their own individual way.)

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