Scour channel | Article about scour channel by The Free Dictionary
scour channel[′skau̇·ər ‚chan·əl]
A large, groovelike erosional feature produced in sediments by scour.
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Evidence from other alluvial diamond mines suggests that Rooiberg's best diamond recovery grades are likely to come from deeper lying gravel within bedrock scour channels
, and in the sinkholes.