Dale A. Gillette mostly deals with Aeolian processes, Hydrology, Shear velocity, Soil water and Wind speed. His Aeolian processes study combines topics in areas such as Soil texture, Geotechnical engineering and Erosion. He has included themes like Earth science and Biogeochemistry in his Hydrology study.
Dale A. Gillette has researched Shear velocity in several fields, including Storm, Atmospheric sciences and Aerosol. Dale A. Gillette usually deals with Soil water and limits it to topics linked to Crust and Soil science, Disturbance and Biomass. As part of his studies on Wind speed, Dale A. Gillette often connects relevant areas like Wind tunnel.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Aeolian processes, Aerosol, Hydrology, Atmospheric sciences and Wind speed. His studies deal with areas such as Soil water, Shear velocity, Erosion and Mass flux as well as Aeolian processes. His Aerosol study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Storm, Mineralogy, Troposphere and Altitude.
His Hydrology research includes elements of Sediment, Deposition and Weathering. In general Atmospheric sciences study, his work on Wind stress often relates to the realm of Visibility, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Wind speed research focuses on Wind tunnel and how it relates to Geotechnical engineering.
His primary areas of study are Aeolian processes, Hydrology, Sediment, Aerosol and Planetary boundary layer. His studies deal with areas such as Atmospheric sciences and Biogeochemistry as well as Aeolian processes. His Hydrology study frequently links to related topics such as Deposition.
His study in Sediment is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Soil texture, Sand dune stabilization, Shear velocity and Wind direction. The concepts of his Aerosol study are interwoven with issues in Sedimentary rock, Geochemistry and Mineralogy. His work focuses on many connections between Planetary boundary layer and other disciplines, such as Wind tunnel, that overlap with his field of interest in Wind speed, Troposphere and Aerodynamics.
Dale A. Gillette mainly investigates Hydrology, Aeolian processes, Tower, Terrain and Deposition. Hydrology is frequently linked to Earth science in his study. His work deals with themes such as Geochemistry, Mineralogy and Biogeochemistry, which intersect with Aeolian processes.
Field conditions and Flux are fields of study that intersect with his Tower study.
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The effect of roughness elements on wind erosion threshold
M. R. Raupach;D. A. Gillette;J. F. Leys.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1993)
Modeling dust emission caused by wind erosion
Dale A. Gillette;Ranjit Passi.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1988)
Threshold velocities for input of soil particles into the air by desert soils
Dale A. Gillette;John Adams;Albert Endo;Dudley Smith.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1980)
Multi-scale controls on and consequences of aeolian processes in landscape change in arid and semi-arid environments
G.S. Okin;D.A. Gillette;J.E. Herrick.
Journal of Arid Environments (2006)
The influence of wind velocity on the size distributions of aerosols generated by the wind erosion of soils
Dale A. Gillette;Irving H. Blifford;D. W. Fryrear.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1974)
Threshold friction velocities and rupture moduli for crusted desert soils for the input of soil particles into the air
Dale A Gillette;John Adams;Daniel R. Muhs;Rolf Kihl.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1982)
DISTURBANCE OF BIOLOGICAL SOIL CRUSTS: IMPACTS ON POTENTIAL WIND ERODIBILITY OF SANDY DESERT SOILS IN SOUTHEASTERN UTAH
Jayne Belnap;D. A. Gillette.
Land Degradation & Development (1997)
Fine Particulate Emissions Due to Wind Erosion
Dale A. Gillette.
Transactions of the ASABE (1977)
A wind tunnel simulation of the erosion of soil: Effect of soil texture, sandblasting, wind speed, and soil consolidation on dust production
Atmospheric Environment (1978)
Estimating PM10 air concentrations from dust storms in Iraq, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia
Roland R. Draxler;Dale A. Gillette;Jeffrey S. Kirkpatrick;Jack Heller.
Atmospheric Environment (2001)
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