gravel desert

gravel desert

[′grav·əl ¦dez·ərt]
(geology)
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Oman was the first country to reintroduce the Arabian oryx back into its natural habitat, which is gravel desert, as early as 1982.
Additional species from regional ecosystems such as coastal and mountainous regions, sand and gravel desert, wadis, oases and aquatic habitats, together with agricultural plants will be hosted in an adjacent desert garden that the donor is planning to build.
The only way to the semi-nomadic village was by Land Rover, across a rough, arid, gravel desert, not the sand dunes you see in the movies.