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  • Striated bedrock has also been found on its slopes high as its summit.
  • The reason is that the climate and bedrock has made the area populated and cultivated for several thousands of years.
  • For a town its size, Bedrock has a sizeable concentration of media.
  • The depth to bedrock has an effect on the plants that grow well in the Taiga as well.
  • Depth of the excavation varies between sources as bedrock has said to have been to be reached between nine and eleven meters.
  • The limestone nature of the bedrock has led to a kast system, where numerous caves and galleries may be found.
  • The weathering of this bedrock has produced an extensive system of solution channels and caves.
  • The bedrock has two folds in the harbor area.
  • The bedrock has a thin layer of glacial till, with a maximum depth of in the depression ring.
  • Bedrock has at least several radio stations (one of which has the call letters "BDRX"), several television stations, and several newspapers.
  • Dendritic patterns form in homogenous landforms where the underlying bedrock has no structural control over where the water flows.
  • These requirements allow A. viridimontanum to colonize recently disturbed sites on ultramafic outcrops, where bedrock has been exposed and competing plants have been removed.
  • Precambrian bedrock has been mined for metallic minerals, including iron ore, on which the economy of Northeast Minnesota was built.
  • The 1981 primetime special "Wind-Up Wilma" also shows Bedrock has a baseball team named the Dodgers.
  • This is because the Torrent carved the Kankakee far deeper than would normal river erosion, and the erosion of the slow-moving tributaries into the bedrock has never caught up.
  • Bedrock has also been shown as having a volunteer fire department, although the episode in which the volunteer fire department was introduced suggests the uselessness of such a service in a city of stone buildings; instead, its members use it as an excuse to create a social club.
  • The limestone bedrock has formed bluffs, glades, caves, springs, and sinkholes.
  • The oceanic climate and limestone bedrock has allowed 10 different species of orchids to grow in Vega, and 210 species of birds have been recorded at the archipelago.
  • Lime dissolved in the water from the bedrock has interacted with algae growing in the water to create a rare phenomenon called oncolites, small flat lime saucers around a pebble or gravel substrate known locally as "water biscuits".