meandering stream


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meandering stream

[mē′an·də·riŋ ′strēm]
(hydrology)
A stream having a pattern of successive meanders. Also known as snaking stream.
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The major cause of the slump and earth flow in the investigated area is because of water saturation in the regolith Gharbina meandering stream and the underlying incompetent rocks of the Kurram Formation/group.
Admire the carpet of snowdrops in the woods beside a meandering stream.
The pool of water and the meandering stream under the bridge also needed to be properly assessed, he added.
Both of the formations were deposited in a meandering stream system.
When you stand on the 18th hole at The Hideout Golf Club in Monticello, Utah, and look at the meandering stream lined with cattails, you can know you're standing on the hallowed grounds of old west history.
Outdoors, guests will be able to luxuriate in a multi-level pool/terrace area, featuring wild bamboo, private cabanas and a meandering stream.
Sherman's untitled verse is a cornucopia of local history, social commentary, and personal reminiscence formulated through a lyrical language that holds as its common anchor a meandering stream near Sutton, Ontario named 'The Black River' by the original settlers of the area.
com has turned what was once a meandering stream into a brisk current, but even though the line moves more quickly now, Harris gets to know more kids than in the clays when he had to handle cash and count change.
2) A meandering stream must have a slope less than the threshold slope described by Equation 10.
The patterns are meant to evoke the warm glow of a cozy mountain retreat, the peaceful babble of a meandering stream, or the awesome majesty of towering mountain peaks.
Challenging bunkers, undulating fairways and greens and the occasional meandering stream make precision and club selection paramount.