Credit: PETER MATULAVICH/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Kelso Dunes in California rise as high as 600 feet above the desert surrounding it and is the largest dune field in the Mojave Desert. Dunes are formed where topography causes a reduction in wind speed resulting in an accumulation of wind-driven sand.

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Keywords: california, desert, dune, field, geologic, geology, kelso dunes, kelson dunes, landscape, wind, wind-driven sand

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Kelso Dunes

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