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Since windblown sand sculpts the Martian landscape, this discovery reveals how asteroid impacts contribute to shaping Mars, even long after the collisions occur, Purdue University planetary scientist Briony Horgan and colleagues suggest.Asteroid impacts might have created some of Mars’ sand|Katherine Kornei|August 16, 2022|Science News
Chandi battled whiteout conditions and windblown sastrugi throughout her endeavor, and her audio updates described Antarctica’s extreme climate, as well as her own daily struggles.What You Missed: Preet Chandi Completes Antarctic Expedition|Fred Dreier|January 5, 2022|Outside Online
After a day of wandering around, watching, playing, and tracking, we were windblown and tired but felt at peace.8 ‘insignificant’ creatures that will make you dream about the ocean|Craig Foster and Ross Frylinck|December 1, 2021|Popular-Science
The researchers speculate that the dinosaurs might have died after a long drought, then been rapidly buried in windblown dust.
The windblown coastal states of Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina will join forces to build offshore power projects and promote the region as a hub for offshore wind energy and industry, the states’ governors announced Thursday.Three states — Maryland, Virginia, N. Carolina — to collaborate on offshore wind projects|Patricia Sullivan|October 29, 2020|Washington Post
Windblown Emma was waiting for us at a table by the railing.
From some came snores and through many a windblown flap, the searching moonlight revealed sleeping figures.Port O' Gold|Louis John Stellman
Whatever it might be, though the trail was windblown and three days old, they followed it with unerring steps.Riddle of the Storm|Roy J. Snell
He broke off in mid-approach and with a show of teeth snarled himself back and away from the windblown skirt of her.Jerry of the Islands|Jack London
After a while it blended into the background of windblown leaves and creaking branches.The Status Civilization|Robert Sheckley
Her hair was windblown and her face rose-flushed from her run.Chicken Little Jane on the Big John|Lily Munsell Ritchie