Baseleveled plain

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A baseleveled surface is any land surface, however small, that has been brought approx. to a baselevel, either general or local, by the process of gradation. When such a surface has considerable extent, it becomes a baselevel plain. Syn: peneplain

Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms


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