geologic province

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geologic province

[¦jē·ə¦läj·ik ′präv·əns]
(geology)
An area in which geologic history has been the same.
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The landscape settings of the soil sites are important due to the presence of colluvial input of relatively fresh mineral material in one of the localities (Clare Valley) and the absence of colluvial influence at the other 2 locations, Coonawarm and Padthaway, which are situated in a geomorphic province (the south-east district of South Australia) characterised by low-relief, north-north-west trending ridges, and intervening low lands (Fig.