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    Locating alternative sand sources for Michigan's foundry industry: A geographical approach

    Schrotenboer, Bradley R, Arbogast, Alan F
    Applied Geography, 2010, Vol.30(4), pp.697-719 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Discovering physical geography

    Arbogast, Alan F
    Hoboken N.J. : J. Wiley
    2007
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    Titre: Discovering physical geography / Alan F. Arbogast
    Auteur: Arbogast, Alan F
    Editeur: Hoboken N.J. : J. Wiley
    Date: 2007
    Collation: 624 p. : ill.
    Sujet RERO: Géographie physique
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Manuels d'enseignement]
    Classification: LC GB54.5
    Identifiant: 9780471438601 (pbk.) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R004289673
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R004289673/html?view=FR_V1

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    The OSL chronology of eolian sand deposition in a perched dune field along the northwestern shore of Lower Michigan

    Blumer, Bradley E, Arbogast, Alan F, Forman, Steven L
    Quaternary Research, May 2012, Vol.77(3), pp.445-455 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Accounting for positional uncertainty in historical shoreline change analysis without ground reference information

    Wernette, Phillipe, Shortridge, Ashton, Lusch, David P, Arbogast, Alan F
    International Journal of Remote Sensing, 03 July 2017, Vol.38(13), pp.3906-3922 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    DIFFERENTIAL TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL PRESERVATION OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES IN A GREAT LAKES COASTAL ZONE

    Lovis, William A., Monaghan, G. William, Arbogast, Alan F., Forman, Steven L.
    American Antiquity, 1 July 2012, Vol.77(3), pp.591-608 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: DIFFERENTIAL TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL PRESERVATION OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES IN A GREAT LAKES COASTAL ZONE
    Auteur: Lovis, William A.; Monaghan, G. William; Arbogast, Alan F.; Forman, Steven L.
    Sujet: Visual Arts ; History & Archaeology;
    Description: Analysis of regional site taphonomy that incorporates depositional and postdepositional histories has become increasingly important in understanding the nature of preserved site populations and the strategies necessary for their discovery. We applied a systematic archival and field strategy directed at understanding such taphonomic processes in the coastal sand dunes of the northern and eastern Lake Michigan basin, and coupled these with a tactically directed program of OSL, 14C, and AMS dating. We demonstrate that long-term geological processes including lake level variation, episodic dune activation and stabilization, and the long-term effects of postglacial isostatic adjustments have markedly affected the potential for preservation of sites in coastal dune contexts over time and across subregions of the basin. Preservation potential for different time periods in coastal dunes is largely not synchronous with that of southern Michigan floodplains, posing substantial inferential problems. The archaeology of coastal dunes specifically, and coastal zones generally, must be used with extreme caution when cast against archaeological data from landforms with different formation processes and histories. While particularly true for the Great Lakes region, these results have implications for regional research broadly. El análisis de la tafonomía regional de sitios que incorporan las historias deposicionales y pos-deposicionales se ha vuelto aún más importante en el entendimiento de las características de poblaciones preservadas en su emplazamiento y las estrategias necesarias para su descubrimiento. Aplicamos una estrategia sistemática de gabinete y campo enfocada al entendimiento de dichos procesos tafonómicos en las dunas costeras de la cuenca septentrional y oriental del Lago Michigan. Asimismo combinamos este proceso con otro diseñado tácticamente de datación por Luminiscencia Estimulada Ópticamente (LEO/OSL), C14 y Espectómetro Acelerado de Masas (EAM/AMS). De este modo, mostramos que los procesos geológicos a largo plazo, incluyendo la variación de nivel del lago, la activación y estabilización episódica de las dunas, y los efectos a largo plazo de ajustes isostáticos pos-glaciales, han influido en la posibilidad de preservar los sitios en los contextos temporales de dunas costeras, a través de las subregiones de la cuenca. La posibilidad de preservar distintos periodos de tiempo en dunas costeras no es sincrónica con la de los llanos aluviales del sur de Michigan, causando graves problemas inferenciales. Específicamente, la arqueología en las dunas costeras, y en las zonas costeras en general, se debe de practicar con mucha precaución cuando se comparan datos arqueológicos de geomorfologías con distintas historias y procesos de formación. Aún cuando estos procesos han dado resultados positivos en la investigación de la región de los Grandes Lagos, es importante recalcar que este tipo de investigación regional se puede aplicar ampliamente a otras regiones.
    Fait partie de: American Antiquity, 1 July 2012, Vol.77(3), pp.591-608
    Identifiant: 00027316 (ISSN)

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    Paleoenvironmental and geomorphic significance of bluff-top dunes along the Au Sable River in Northeastern Lower Michigan, USA

    Arbogast, Alan F, Luehmann, Michael D, William Monaghan, G, Lovis, William A, Wang, Hong
    Geomorphology, 15 November 2017, Vol.297, pp.112-121 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Environmental Ethics and Coastal Dunes in Western Lower Michigan: Developing a Rationale for Ecosystem Preservation

    Harman, Jay R, Arbogast, Alan F
    Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 01 March 2004, Vol.94(1), pp.23-36 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Geomorphic history of low-perched, transgressive dune complexes along the southeastern shore of Lake Michigan

    Hansen, Edward C., Fisher, Timothy G., Arbogast, Alan F., Bateman, Mark D.
    Aeolian Research, 1/2010, Vol.1(3-4), pp.111-127 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Geomorphic history of low-perched, transgressive dune complexes along the southeastern shore of Lake Michigan
    Auteur: Hansen, Edward C.; Fisher, Timothy G.; Arbogast, Alan F.; Bateman, Mark D.
    Sujet: Cyclones ; Water Levels ; Growth ; Resource Management ; Geomorphology ; Dunes ; Transgressions ; Blowouts ; Eolian Transport ; Erosion ; Storm Winds ; Lake Levels ; Extratropical Cyclones ; Land Use ; Paleoclimates ; Cyclones ; Erosion ; Lakes ; Paleosols ; History ; Morphology ; Dunes ; Shores ; Silver ; USA, Michigan ; USA, Michigan L. ; Barometric Depressions, Extratropical Cyclones (551.515.1) ; Coastal Zone Management ; Lakes ; Lake Michigan ; Coastal Dunes ; Parabolic Dunes ; Low-Perched Dunes;
    Description: A general geomorphic history of low-perched coastal dunes along southeastern Lake Michigan is developed by combining new chronological data from P.J. Hoffmaster and Warren Dunes State Parks (SP) with published data from van Buren SP, Silver Lake SP and dunes near Holland, Michigan. Fragmentary evidence of dunes older than 6 ka has been almost obliterated by active dune growth since the mid-Holocene Nipissing transgression of ancestral Lake Michigan. Aeolian activity continued during the drop from peak water levels [not, vert, similar]4.7 ka resulting in broad fields of low dunes. Aeolian activity halted during a period of low lake levels but was renewed with the development of large parabolic dune during the Algoma high-water phase of Lake Michigan at [not, vert, similar]3.2 ka. This was followed by reduced aeolian activity and development of the Holland Paleosol. Subsequent dune remobilization predates European settlement. High lake levels and land use practices cannot completely account for the pattern of aeolian activity which may be affected by changes in storm winds linked to changes in the paths of extratropical cyclones. Dune field morphology depends on the whether the shore is receding, prograding or stable. Simple lake-plain complexes form along receding shorelines where lakefront erosion exposes sediment to aeolian transport, leading to the preservation of a single set of large parabolic dunes migrating eastward with the shoreline. Compound lake-plain complexes form along stable or prograding shorelines. Here progressively younger dune ridges develop and blowouts migrate inland forming overlapping and nested parabolic dunes.
    Fait partie de: Aeolian Research, 1/2010, Vol.1(3-4), pp.111-127
    Identifiant: 18759637 (ISSN); http (DOI)

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    Late-Quaternary Landscape Response to Environmental Change in South-Central Kansas

    Arbogast, Alan F., Johnson, William C.
    Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 1 March 1998, Vol.88(1), pp.126-145 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Late-Quaternary Landscape Response to Environmental Change in South-Central Kansas
    Auteur: Arbogast, Alan F.; Johnson, William C.
    Sujet: Physical sciences -- Earth sciences -- Geology ; Physical sciences -- Earth sciences -- Geology ; Biological sciences -- Agriculture -- Agricultural sciences ; Biological sciences -- Ecology -- Ecosystems ; Physical sciences -- Earth sciences -- Geology ; Physical sciences -- Earth sciences -- Geology ; Biological sciences -- Agriculture -- Agricultural sciences ; Biological sciences -- Agriculture -- Agricultural sciences ; Biological sciences -- Agriculture -- Agricultural sciences ; Environmental studies -- Atmospheric sciences -- Climatology
    Description: The central Great Plains is an excellent place to study late-Quaternary geomorphic responses to climatic fluctuations because the landscape is easily disturbed and deposits contain abundant paleoenvironmental information. Although much research has already been conducted, studies are needed that correlate a variety of geomorphic responses to environmental change at specific sites. This paper presents a paleoenvironmental and geomorphic reconstruction for the Great Bend Sand Prairie, a mosaic of sand sheets and dune fields in south-central Kansas. Results indicate that two stratigraphic units dominate the upland geology. Late-Wisconsin deposits consist of poorly sorted sand, silt, and clay that probably accumulated in a low-energy fluvial environment. Eolian deposition of loess also occurred, but most silt was integrated with the alluvium. Intact deposits of loess are widely scattered. All sediments contain well developed soils, indicating extended surface stability. Macrofossil and isotopic (δ 13 C) evidence suggest a mesic environment. Where eolian sedimentation did occur, northwest winds were responsible for mobilization. Although late-Wisconsin strata crop out intermittently, eolian sand is the common surficial deposit. Radiocarbon dating indicates that most dunes are Holocene landforms. In comparison to late-Wisconsin deposits, dune sands are well sorted, δ 13 C values infer a relatively warm climate, and the orientation of parabolic dunes indicate mobilizing southwesterly winds. Dunes usually contain one or two weakly developed buried soils, indicating episodic mobilization of eolian sand in the latest Holocene. Surface soils are generally poorly developed, suggesting that dunes can easily be mobilized if vegetation is reduced, perhaps due to CO 2 warming.
    Fait partie de: Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 1 March 1998, Vol.88(1), pp.126-145
    Identifiant: 00045608 (ISSN); 14678306 (E-ISSN)

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    Late-Quaternary Landscape Response to Environmental Change in South-Central Kansas

    Arbogast, Alan F, Johnson, William C
    Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 01 March 1998, Vol.88(1), pp.126-145 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Taylor & Francis (Taylor & Francis Group)