Upland Plain

Upland Plain

 

an extensive area that has been leveled by prolonged denudation under tectonic platform conditions and has later experienced a general uplift and significant dissection by erosion.

References in classic literature ?
During the occurrence of these events on the upland plain, the warriors on the bottom had not been idle.
According to local historians, the name Horse Heaven Hills was first used in 1857 when cowboy James Kinney woke up to discover his herd had wandered up the hillside and into an upland plain where they were munching on succulent bunch grass.
Without going into reasons for the invasion, one can say to our Sindhi friends of nationalist persuasion: Had you stopped the Arab tide at your shores, it would not have touched the upland plains of Punjab.
Sutland contrasts sharply to upland plains away from the river, which is called "yonland.