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  • It runs through bedrock at a depth of about below ground.
  • The spring seeps in through the bedrock at the back of the well.
  • Large holes become large waves at high water, and everything pillows left off a huge block of bedrock at the bottom of the rapid.
  • Today, the river continues to cut southward into the bedrock at Eugenia Falls.
  • Cave earth is 5 feet deep on the bedrock at the entrance and rises toward the interior. Cited from Archeological Investigations, by Gerard Fowke
  • Together with the yoni it was carved out of the bedrock at this place.
  • These things completed and in operation, I was able to make two or three feet per day, and we finally reached the bedrock at a depth of 97 feet. Cited from California 1849-1913, L.H. Woolley
  • Another possibility was that they were filled with water, however the bedrock at the bottom of the ditches is seemingly too porous for a water well.
  • The ground and bedrock at the airport are contaminated by decades of glycol use as an aircraft de-icing agent.
  • Later, shafts sunk 66 feet to bedrock at the discovery site were reported to show the presence of gold in paying quantities.
  • One of the objectives of Apollo 15 was to sample exposed bedrock at its point of origin.
  • The rhizomes can penetrate very deeply into the dunes, possibly even to the bedrock at the base, and all the plants in one colony may actually be one individual with clones.
  • R horizons are the layers of partially weathered bedrock at the base of the soil profile.
  • The depth from the top of the spillgates to the bedrock at the face of the dam is 285 feet.
  • Rather than finding water-bearing bedrock at a depth of a dozen metres or less, the path of the buried gorge can be found with overburden of dozens of metres.
  • Casey Creek has eroded into bedrock at the base of the bluff, exposing shale.
  • After exploratory drillings, the engineering contractors sunk cast iron caissons through the silt to the bedrock at each pier location.
  • The wood is located on clay with flints over chalk bedrock at a maximum altitude of 140 metres.
  • They are planted in a variety of complex soils, but all lie atop limestone bedrock at various layers, gifting the limestone subsoil.
  • The presence of scoured bedrock at the base of the mapped stratigraphy, together with evidence from crater retention ages, suggests that fluvial activity came before lava flows.
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