autoconsequent falls

autoconsequent falls

[¦ȯd·ō′kän·sə·kwənt ′fȯlz]
(hydrology)
Waterfalls in streams carrying a heavy load of calcium carbonate in solution which develop at particular sites along the stream course where warming, evaporation, and other factors cause part of the solution load to be precipitated.
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