positive landform

positive landform

[′päz·əd·iv ′land‚fȯrm]
(geology)
An upstanding topographic form, such as a mountain, hill, plateau, or cinder cone.
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In everyday language all artificial positive landforms of oil shale industry, despite their genesis, are called "ash mountains".
Regardless of the plurality of concepts in Estonian for describing morphologically different positive landforms, the word 'mountain' is the most frequently used word, both in everyday language and in toponymy.
Eskers are classified as positive landforms or systems of positive landforms, complicated by kettles and often accompanied with kames, terraces or valleys (Rahni 1984).
In addition to the eskers occurring as isolated positive landforms, a net of ridges between kettles (e.
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