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Photo ID: hhrgi1Subject: RiversDescription
Alluvial Cones; Alluvial Fans; Alluvial Soils; Alluvium; Bajadas; Colluvium; Debris; Deposition; Detrital Fan; Dry Deltas; Fluvial Features; Geomorphology; Gravel; Sand; Sediments; Surface Processes; Talus FanBajada in Death Valley. A bajada is a broad, gently inclined detrital surface extending from the base of mountain ranges out into an inland basin, formed by the merging of a series of alluvial fans. Most commonly it occurs in semiarid and desert regions.
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Marli Miller

Credit Line: Copyright Marli Miller, University of Oregon
North America; United States; California
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