Alluvial plain

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A level or gently sloping tract or a slightly undulating land surface produced by extensive deposition of alluvium, usually adjacent to a river that periodically overflows its banks; it may be situated on a flood plain, a delta, or an alluvial fan. CF: alluvial flat river plain; bajada. AGI
Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms


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