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river bottom

[′riv·ər ‚bäd·əm]
(geology)
The low-lying alluvial land along a river. Also known as river flat.
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Also, because of the wind direction and lay of the river, I couldn't use the river bottom for cover."
Meanwhile, Blair placed my fellow clients--New York bowhunters Nick Nesbitt and Dan Ingersoll--in a pair of stands on opposites ends of a-pine grove that serves as a prime travel corridor between a nearby food plot and thick bedding areas along the river bottom.
After a time, the little mussels drop off the fish gills, and if still lucky, end up on the river bottom to filter and grow.
The contamination does not affect salmon, which do not feed off the river bottom.
The objective of this work was to investigate and assess the contamination by heavy metals of Nemunas river bottom sediments at Alytus city territory using X-ray fluorescence spectrometry.
Realizing that darters spend most of their lives resting on the stones and gravel of stream and river bottoms, where they feed and reproduce, I added extra weights to the lower edge of the netting, to ensure that it would stay down should we encounter any swift currents.
Periods of low water are the optimum time to remove obstacles since they allow excavators and hydraulic hammers easier access to the river bottom. Taking advantage of the low water caused by the drought, the St.
Working together with an international research team, U of A graduate student Scott Persons examined unusual claw marks left on a river bottom in China that is known to have been a major travel-way for dinosaurs.
Jesmond Dene Hoary, while vibrant waterfall tumbling Over alive thundering down, Hitting river bottom. Boys jumping into boiling water Laughing and screaming In youthful splendour.
"River Bottom Blues" follows Mitty Andersen as he seeks the truth surrounding his departed friend and blues man Bobby T, who supposedly died of a heroin overdose, which didn't add up for Mitty.
Their land is located along the Missouri River Bottom and the grave of their chief 'Struck by the Ree' is located in Greenwood.