Alluvial slope

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A surface underlain by alluvium, which slopes down and away from the sides of mountains and merges with a plain or a broad valley floor; an alluvial surface that lacks the distinctive form of an alluvial fan or a bajada. See also: bajada
Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms


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