dune

[n] - a ridge of sand created by the wind
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Dune

Dune noun [ The same word as down : confer Dutch duin . See Down a bank of sand.] A low hill of drifting sand usually formed on the coats, but often carried far inland by the prevailing winds. [ Written also dun .] « Three great rivers, the Rhine, the Meuse, and the Sc...
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dune

sand dune noun a ridge of sand created by the wind; found in deserts or near lakes and oceans
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Dune

• (n.) A low hill of drifting sand usually formed on the coats, but often carried far inland by the prevailing winds.
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Dune

(from the article `Herbert, Frank`) ...to write full-time, Herbert held a variety of jobs while writing socially engaged science fiction. He was working as a journalist when his ...
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Dune

[software] DUNE (``Distributed and Unified Numerics Environment``) is a modular C++ library for the solution of partial differential equations using grid-based methods. The DUNE library is divided into modules. In version 2.3 are the modules and documentation modules available. In addition there are several experimental modules, and some wh...
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Dune

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Dune

(1) Stream bed deposit found streams whose channel is composed mainly of sand and silt. Dunes are about 10 or more centimeters in height and are spaced a meter or more apart and are common in streams with high velocities. (2) Terrestrial deposit of sand that resembles a mound or ridge that was formed from aeolian processes. Also see sand dune.
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dune

Imperial Sand Dunes – the largest mass of sand dunes in California. This dune system extends for more than 40 miles along the eastern edge of the Imperial Valley agricultural region in a band averaging five miles in width. Credit: BLM A hillock of sand built up by a prevailing wind, found ...
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dune

dune, mound or ridge of wind-blown sand formed in arid regions and along coasts. Dunes are common in most of the great deserts of the world. Often a dune begins to form because material is deposited by the wind as it encounters a bush, a rock, or other obstacle to impede its flow. Dunes that are not...
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Dune

A dune is a wavelike mound or ridge the materials of which have been accumulated and shaped by the wind. Dunes may occur where ever sand is formed; by the margins of seas lakes and rivers, in inland regions of low rainfall, which are the most extensive dune-covered areas.
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dune

Click images to enlargeMound or ridge of wind-drifted sand, common on coasts and in deserts. Loose sand is blown and bounced along by the wind, up the windward side of a dune (saltation). The sand particles then fall to rest on the lee side, while more are blown up from the windward side. In this way a dune moves grad...
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Dune

[card game] Dune is a collectible card game produced by Last Unicorn Games and Five Rings Publishing Group, and later Wizards of the Coast. Set in the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert, the game pits two or more players against each other, each in control of a minor house vying for entry in the Landsraad. ==Publishing history== Origina...
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Dune

[board game] Dune is a strategy board game set in Frank Herbert`s Dune universe, published by Avalon Hill in 1979. The game was designed by Bill Eberle, Jack Kittredge and Peter Olotka. == History == The game was originally designed with a Roman Empire theme, with the name Tribute. Avalon Hill had acquired the license to produce a Dune game...
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Dune

[computer game] Official poster for 20th Century Fox`s Monkeybone. == Fair use rationale for use in the article Monkeybone == Though this image is subject to copyright, its use is covered by the U.S. fair use laws because: ...
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Dune

[soundtrack] Dune is an original soundtrack album for the 1984 film Dune. Most of the album was composed by the popular rock band Toto — their first and only film score — but one track was contributed by Brian Eno. The soundtrack album was first released in November, 1984. An extended version with an altered track listing was released i...
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Dune

[disambiguation] A dune is a hill of sand. Dune or dunes may also refer to: == Science fiction franchise == == Music == Bands and musicians Albums Songs == Place names == == Other uses == == See also == ...
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Dune

[video game] Dune is a 1992 video game, based upon Frank Herbert`s science fiction novel of the same name. Developed by Cryo Interactive and published by Virgin Interactive, Dune blended adventure with economic and military strategy, and is considered by many the most immersive Dune computer game. Loosely following the story of the novel, t...
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Dune

[franchise] Herbert died in 1986. Beginning in 1999, his son Brian Herbert and science fiction author Kevin J. Anderson have published a number of prequel novels, as well as two which complete the original Dune series—Hunters of Dune (2006) and Sandworms of Dune (2007)—partially based on Frank Herbert`s notes discovered a decade after h...
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Dune

In physical geography, a dune is a hill of sand built by either wind or water flow. Dunes occur in different forms and sizes, formed by interaction with the flow of air or water. Most kinds of dunes are longer on the windward side where the sand is pushed up the dune and have a shorter `slip face` in the lee of the wind. The valley or trough bet.....
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dune

Accumulation of wind borne sand.
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dune

A usually asymmetrical mound or ridge of sand that has been transported and deposited by wind. Dunes form in both arid and humid climates.
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dune

An elongated mound of sand formed by wind or water.
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Dune

A low mound of fine-grained material that accumulates as a result of sediment transport in a current system. Dunes have characteristic geometric forms that are maintained as they migrate. Sand dunes are commonly classified according to shape. See also barchan dune, longitudinal dune, parabolic dune, self dune, star dune, and transverse dune.
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Dune

A mound or ridge of wind-blown sand. Typically found in deserts and inland from a beach. Many dunes
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