back slope

back slope

[′bak ‚slōp]
(geology)
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LAS DELICIAS, EL SALVADOR * Halfway up the back slope of San Salvador volcano, Cesar Hernandez wakes up at 4 a.m.
The adjuster allowed for replacement of the back slope of the roof and some damaged soffits, fascia, and gutters.
Kuchar finished strongly after a mixed start and added: "It was nice to see the ball trickle off that back slope on the last, right about six feet, and I knew I stood a pretty good chance of making that one.
(1) Under the ground motion, the horizontal residual displacement of the back slope of the wall has obviously regional characteristics.
I slowly and cautiously passed over the cliff section that had forced me back on top of the ridge, and then I worked my way down the back slope and out of the goat's sight completely
It has been strange, but even as I slowly slide down the back slope of life, I try to be optimistic.
In this paper, the back-propagation neural network was used to construct a function between undetermined parameters and displacements of the rock mass of the right back slope in Dagangshan Hydroelectric Power Station project.
For each pair of sample areas, one is on the front slope, while the other is on the back slope, close to each other.
His tee shot on the 10th bounded through the green with such pace that it stayed toward the back slope of the rear bunker.
We are now on the steep back slope of our integration and can look forward to delivering more benefits from the merger in the remainder of the year.'
2 that Riemann wave crests always propagate faster than c, and form a steep front at the face slope of the wave, while wave troughs always propagate slower than c, and form a steep front at the back slope of the wave.
The erosion left the North Downs on one side and the South Downs as separate remnants on the other side, each with a steep slope (escarpment) facing inwards and a gentle, rounded back slope or 'down'.