bedrock outcrops

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  • They can be seen in some bedrock outcrops in and around the river.
  • Two islands of bedrock outcrops rise dramatically above the playa's surface at its northern end.
  • The area was composed of bedrock outcrops surrounded by dark, fine-grained soil.
  • They extend down slope from bedrock outcrops, often associated with small channels.
  • During the spring, the adults move to large bedrock outcrops or beneath large boulders in relatively fast current where nesting occurs.
  • The petroglyphs that remain here are found on the boulders and bedrock outcrops on the shore, just below and above mean high tide.
  • Dozens of these dwellings have been found among the bedrock outcrops on Saddle Island.
  • Similar cavities can also be formed as the glacier moves over bedrock outcrops or bed irregularities which also may form flutes.
  • Bedrock outcrops along the river have been dated around 1.8 billion years old.
  • The alkaline bedrock outcrops, cliff faces and many ledges create habitats for a variety of unusual plants.
  • Bedrock outcrops of Mesozoic and Palaeozoic origin form rolling hills up to about 310 metres above sea level.
  • The unique geology of the uplands and bedrock outcrops allow the tidal marsh flooding to separate the park into an upper and lower portions.
  • The unique geology of the uplands and bedrock outcrops provide the landscape diversity and allow the tidal marsh flooding to separate the park into an upper and lower portions.
  • The point and its neighboring islands are bedrock outcrops of an extensive reef that reaches more than WNW from the inner end of the point, with water depths of only at the outer end.
  • Citadel Bastion is notable for bedrock outcrops that expose multiple fossil forests, which consist of upright standing trunks buried in place, and their associated paleosols.
  • The geology and geomorphology of the area is characterised by an island of outcropping bedrock on the eastern headland and joined to other bedrock outcrops on its western end by a sand spit which forms the main part of the headland.
  • Also known as the Driftless Area, this region of scenic, high relief landscapes includes such features as resistant, bluff-forming bedrock outcrops, deep V-shaped valleys, caves, springs, and sinkholes.
  • The ecozone is characterized by a broadly rolling uplands and lowlands with precambrian granitic bedrock outcrops.
  • The caves and other karst features (rockshelters, bedrock outcrops, etc.) investigated in the Pacbitun region were used utilized by the Late Preclassic-Early Classic period and activities continued even after the centre was abandoned.
  • Before logging removed much of the dense forest cover of this area in the middle of the 20th century, these streams were shaded, with frequent, stable pools created by fallen trees, bedrock outcrops, and boulders, and an abundant, if not steady, supply of gravel.
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