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avulsion

avulsion  

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The rapid and easily perceived increase in a parcel of land due to natural occurrences such as the sudden change in a river's course (cf accretion), which does not affect ...
capture

capture  

Any of various processes in which a system of particles absorbs an extra particle. There are several examples in atomic and nuclear physics. For instance, a positive ion may capture an electron to ...
subsequent stream

subsequent stream  

Rivers running down the strike of usually weak strata, or along the line of a fault, at right angles to consequent streams.
valley-side bench

valley-side bench  

A terrace-like land-form standing on the flank of a valley, but lacking a veneer of alluvium. It may have originated as a true river terrace from which the alluvium has been stripped by subsequent ...

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