predominantly silt-sized sediment formed by accumulations of wind-blown dust  from the late Pleistocene with mounds and low alluvial plains
that are a result of more recent unconsolidation and aggradation.
By contrast, slightly saline ([EC.sub.e] 2-4 dS [m.sup.-1]) to non-saline ([EC.sub.e] <2 dS [m.sup.-1]) soil conditions characterise the alluvial plain
in the south-west corner of the study area and adjacent to the Darling River.
with fine to coarse sand layers form potential aquifer zone.
The Yi-luohe River alluvial plain
has subsided since the Quaternary period.
An extensive network of channels and culverts built in times of abundant energy has radically transformed the natural water runoff of the southern alluvial plain
At present, we can not recognize any structural habitat elements along the Indus alluvial plain
that would preclude the presence of N.
The expanding range of the American badger into the Mississippi Alluvial Plain
of northeastern Arkansas likely originated from southeastern Missouri.
In the vicinity of anticline that is alluvial plain
the pattern of channel is dendritic.
Escalation of groundwater fluoride in the Ganga alluvial plain
This occurrence represents a range expansion into a new physiographic region (Mississippi Alluvial Plain
) and the Southern U.S.
The Lower Mississippi River Valley is actually a giant alluvial plain
that stretches over parts of seven states, from southern Illinois to southern Louisiana at the Gulf of Mexico.