Tab 1-4 Weight and volume reduction as well as surface subsidence during abrasion experiments, supplement to: Miotke, Franz-Dieter (1979): Die Formung und Formungsgeschwindigkeit von Windkantern in Victoria-Land, Antarktis. Polarforschung, 49(1), 30-43

Franz-Dieter Miotke
Antarctic land surfaces in South Victoria Land, all without a covering of vegetation, are actively formed by winds which often reach velocities of more than 100 km/h. Consequently, deflation and abrasion are essential factors in the process of slope formation. Water erosion, active only during the very short summer period, is limited to a few localities in South Victoria Land.Experiments in a wind tunnel proved that ventifacts in the Dry Valleys can be formed within...
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