Multicell Assemblage – Kelvin & Rajiv
A storm is described as any disturbed state of any atmospheric body, of which especially affects surface and strongly implying severe weather and sudden climatic changes. It is a phenomena identified by an existence of strong winds, heavy freezing precipitation, hail, thunder and lightning during its operation. With this, the storm has particular effect on the landscape, the way it batters on the landscape, dumping great amounts or rain and winds in a short span of time, ranging on average between 10minutes to 1hour. The storms violent and turbulent nature has the ability to shift ands, water and earth on a massive scale. As a result, the landscapes geological morphology will undergo a series of sometimes mild but sometimes sever degrees of transformations and distortions. The idea of sand through time becomes an emerging phenomenon relative to the particular barchans, or evens resulting from the migration conditions. The wind carries the sand, but the pile of sand disturbs the wind. The nature of a sand dune is that its form may be unpredictable; we can to an extent however, predict how the dunes will build up with an introduction of planting design. All in all, the storm is acting as the agent, because of the storm, we achieve the concept of sand migration which is unique, dynamic and though the idea of time and it becomes a self – organised landscape.