hummocky


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hummocky

[′həm·ə·kē]
(geology)
Any topographic surface characterized by rounded or conical mounds.
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In the hinterlands of Fort Pitt, the hummocky terrain notable for numerous hills including the Neutrals complex, Nose Hill, and Flagstaff Hill to name a few, had stories and related ceremonies connected to its very landscape.
4A, 5C) along the east slope of the ridge contained mostly subparallel, hummocky discontinuous reflections.
The edge of the pond is choked with hummocky grass and alders.
Siltstone fills of small gutters within the shale show hummocky stratification interrupted by Lingulichnus traces (Fig.
Thicker beds display internal scour-and-fill structures superficially resembling hummocky cross-stratification.
Here was the pale yellow farmhouse set far back from the road, the hummocky spring fields radiating out around it, the five cows stationed in the middle distance, working their jaws, the two cows plodding up to the fence to regard us placidly.
The terrain covered by the debris avalanche deposit has a distinct hummocky character and the debris avalanches there have been studied in detail (Herrick, 2011), and have reported a 14C age of about 8 ka for the youngest debris avalanche.
Observed sedimentary structures in the Jutana Formation is trough, herringbone, hummocky cross bedding and fenestral porosity [6].
Biswas A, Si BC (2011) Revealing the controls of soil water storage at different scales in a hummocky landscape.
Hummocky semi-desert area of Karaganda region appears as separate hills with uniform vegetation.
White Libertia lightened the sombre tones set by Dodonaea viscosa Purpurea, in second place to the hummocky forms of green Pittosporum.