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scree

an accumulation of weathered rock fragments at the foot of a cliff or hillside, often forming a sloping heap

scree

[skrē]
(geology)
A mound of loose, angular material, less than 4 inches (10 centimeters).
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Funds raised through the British Mountaineering Council led crowdfunding campaign, Mend our Mountains back in 2016, as well as contributions by the National Trust and the Snowdonia Park Authority (SNPA), enabled a local contractor to undertake the arduous task of constructing a 160 metre length of stone pitched path across the scree. Five months and 140 tonnes of stone later the work is complete.
The scree test is a heuristic graphic method that consists of: a) plotting the eigenvalues (y-axis) against the components (x-axis), and b) inspecting the shape of the resulting curve in order to detect the point at which the curve changes drastically (and the "scree on the hill slope" begins).
The descent is the same as the first route so the scree path is unavoidable.
The most popular choice is to retrace your steps along the top of the scree and back down to Llan-y-Fan Fawr.
THE GRAVE THIEF is Book 3 of the Twilight Reign and tells of Lord Isak, haunted by the destruction of Scree and visions of his own death.
Fantasy Particle is readily printed with ECO-Solvent Inkjet, silk scree with PVC inks, or any process integrating UV-cured inks and coatings.
However, the surface is not compatible with the new incline and resembles a Lake District scree field and requires the agility of an ardent mountain climber or a dog.
fire glinting, high heels on leveled scree, an old light
Results of a scree plot indicated that only Factor 1, which accounted for 55.4% of the variance, should be retained.
Rescue teams were also called out to a woman climber from Kent who was injured after slipping 100ft down a scree slope in Snowdonia yesterday.
Richardson joined a party of 22 to tackle dunes, rocks, fossil beds and scree in southern Morocco.