till plain


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till plain

[′til ‚plān]
(geology)
An extensive, relatively flat area overlying a till.
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The other is in the Illinoian till plain flatwoods of southeastern Indiana.
For example, the Beech-Oak-Red Maple Flatwoods of this work has been called Bluegrass Till Plain Flatwoods in Indiana, and in Ohio, D.
Examination of the USGS cover types (USGS 2002) within Iroquois Till Plain physiographic province indicated approximately 1341 km of targeted survey roads within the Iroquios till plain (see Study area above) indicating suitable habitat.
The preserve is on the Bluffton Till Plain section of the Central Till Plain natural region (Homoya et al.
2:45 CLIMATIC AND GEOLOGIC FACTORS CONTRIBUTE TO SINKING HOUSES ON THE OHIO TILL PLAIN.
Yuhas Woods lies in the Tipton Till Plain section of the Central Till Plain Natural Region.
The site lies in the Southern Ohio Loamy Till Plain physiographic section (Brockman 1998) (Fig.
The upper Wabash includes areas covered by the Packerton Moraine, which is within the Northern Lake and Moraine region, while the remaining area is in the Tipton Till Plain (Wayne 1956).
In an investigation of the genesis of Celina and Morley soils derived from till in western Ohio, six pedons, comprising a N-S transect of the till plain along the Indiana border, were studied (Smeck 1966).
the Central Till Plain, Southwestern Lowlands, and Southern Bottomlands (Homoya et al.
Camp Atterbury lies at the intersection of three primary natural regions: 1) Central Till Plain Natural Region (Tipton Till Plain Section)--extensive beech/maple/ oak forest, with poorly-drained flatwoods communities; 2) Highland Rim Natural Region (Brown County Hills Section)--deeply dissected uplands with well-drained soils.