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Aeolian landforms on coasts and steppes

Aeolian landforms on coasts and steppes

Wind, as an external force, plays an important role in shaping coastal areas and steppes.

Geography

Keywords

terrain shaping, wind, sand, deflation, steppe, oasis, sea shore, erosion, vegetation, sand dune, dune, surface, landform, external forces, sea, destruction, shaping, physical geography, geomorphology, geography

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