alluvial valley

alluvial valley

[ə′lüv·ē·əl ′val·ē]
(geology)
A valley filled with a stream deposit.
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In 1981, Heitneyer and Frederickson co-authored a scientific paper that proved North American mallard populations were significantly impacted by conditions in bottomland hardwood wetlands during winter in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley.
The overall study area within which the services are to be carried out extends over the lower Basse area, namely the alluvial valley between Bray-sur-Seine and Marolles-sur-Seine.
Apparent seed use by ducks in moist-soil wetlands of the Mississippi Alluvial Valley.
To date, GreenTrees and its landowners have planted over 36 million trees on nearly 100,000 acres along the Mississippi Alluvial Valley.
Rice farms in the Mississippi alluvial valley provide 70 percent of all food for wintering dabbling ducks; 60 percent in central California and 35 percent in the Gulf Coast region.
But more broadly speaking, and for the purposes of this article, the Delta refers to the entire Mississippi Alluvial Valley.
Another recently constructed feature is a 4-acre alluvial valley floor that was recreated in a reclaimed area to look similar to the one that had been present prior to mining.
Known as the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley, the region was once covered in dense forests, but now supports less than 20 percent of its original 22 million forested acres.
The Mississippi Alluvial Valley, which covers parts of seven States from Cape Girardeau, Missouri, to the mouth of the Mississippi River, was once a 9.
Geological investigation of the alluvial valley of the lower Mississippi River.
Huffstatler has been instrumental in the development and implementation of wetland conservation programs designed to reverse wetland losses and restore important hydrological aspects of converted wetlands in the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley.