References and Links

Bleed, Ann  & Charles Flowerday, Editors. 1998. An Atlas of the Sand Hills (RA-5a) .Conservation and Survey Division
Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Univ.Nebraska-Lincoln. http://csd.unl.edu/csd/illustrations/ra5a/contents.html

Earth Explorer website for satellite imagery. United States Geological Survey. http://edcsns17.cr.usgs.gov/EarthExplorer/ 

Great Sand Dunes National Monument. GEOLOGY-THE SAND OF THE GREAT DUNES http://alamosa.org/gsdnm/gsdgeology.htm

Jensen, John R. 2000. Remote Sensing of the Environment. - An Earth Resource Perspective. Prentice-Hall Publishers. New Jersey.

Keech, Charles & Ray Bental. Dunes on the Plains - The Sand Hills Region of Nebraska. Resource Report #4. http://csd.unl.edu/csd/illustrations/rr4/rr4.html

NASA JSC Imagery Services. http://images.jsc.nasa.gov/    Search "sand dunes" http://ston.jsc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/SFgate?database=jsc-isd-lib06.jsc.nasa.gov%3A210%2FPAO&convert=waistoimg&directget=1&text=sand+dunes&maxhits=20

NASA. History of Remote Sensing: Landsat. Remote Sensing Tutorial.   http://rst.gsfc.nasa.gov/Intro/Part2_15.html 

Nebraska Department of Natural Resources. Data Bank DIGITAL ORTHOPHOTO QUADRANGLES (DOQ). http://www.nrc.state.ne.us/databank/doqall.html 

Smith, H. T. U., 1965, Dune morphology and chronology in central and western Nebraska: jour. Geology, v. 73, no. 4, p. 557-578.

Swinehart, James B.1998. Wind-Blown Deposits. Sand Hills Atlas. Conservation and Survey Division
Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Univ.Nebraska-Lincoln. http://csd.unl.edu/csd/illustrations/ra5a/windblown.html

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