A tribute to Michael R. Raupach for contributions to aeolian fluid dynamics

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Shao, Yaping, Nickling, William, Berametti, Gilles, Butler, Harry, Chappell, Adrian, Findlater, Paul, Gillies, John, Ishizuka, Masahide, Klose, Martina, Fok, Jasper F., Leys, John, Lu, Hua, Marticorena, Beatrice, McTainsh, Grant, McKenna-Neumann, Cheryl, Okin, Gregory S., Strong, Craig and Webb, Nicholas. 2015. "A tribute to Michael R. Raupach for contributions to aeolian fluid dynamics." Aeolian Research. 19 (Part A), pp. 37-54. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aeolia.2015.09.004
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A tribute to Michael R. Raupach for contributions to aeolian fluid dynamics

ERA Journal ID40133
Article CategoryArticle
AuthorsShao, Yaping (Author), Nickling, William (Author), Berametti, Gilles (Author), Butler, Harry (Author), Chappell, Adrian (Author), Findlater, Paul (Author), Gillies, John (Author), Ishizuka, Masahide (Author), Klose, Martina (Author), Fok, Jasper F. (Author), Leys, John (Author), Lu, Hua (Author), Marticorena, Beatrice (Author), McTainsh, Grant (Author), McKenna-Neumann, Cheryl (Author), Okin, Gregory S. (Author), Strong, Craig (Author) and Webb, Nicholas (Author)
Journal TitleAeolian Research
Journal Citation19 (Part A), pp. 37-54
Number of Pages18
Year2015
Place of PublicationUnited Kingdom
ISSN1875-9637
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aeolia.2015.09.004
Web Address (URL)http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1875963715000853
Abstract

Since the pioneering work of Bagnold in the 1940s, aeolian research has grown to become an integral part of earth-system science. Many individuals have contributed to this development, and Dr. Michael R. Raupach (1950–2015) has played a pivotal role. Raupach worked intensively on wind erosion problems for about a decade (1985–1995), during which time he applied his deep knowledge of turbulence to aeolian research problems and made profound contributions with far-reaching impact. The beauty of Raupach’s work lies in his clear conceptual thinking and his ability to reduce complex problems to their bare essentials. The results of his work are fundamentally important and have many practical applications. In this review we reflect on Raupach’s contribution to a number of important aspects of aeolian research, summarise developments since his inspirational work and place Raupach’s efforts in the context of aeolian science. We also demonstrate how Raupach’s work provided a foundation for new developments in aeolian research. In this tribute, we concentrate on five areas of research: (1) drag partition theory; (2) saltation roughness length; (3) saltation bombardment; (4) threshold friction velocity and (5) the carbon cycle.

KeywordsMichael R. Raupach; drag partition; roughness; dust emission; threshold friction velocity; carbon cycle
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020410404. Environmental management
370103. Atmospheric aerosols
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Byline AffiliationsUniversity of Cologne, Germany
University of Guelph, Canada
Paris Diderot University, France
Department of Mathematics and Computing
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australia
Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia
Desert Research Institute, United States
Kagawa University, Japan
University of California, United States
Office of Environment and Heritage, New South Wales
British Antarctic Survey, United Kingdom
Griffith University
Trent University, Canada
Australian National University
Department of Agriculture, United States
Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
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