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In geology and geomorphology, an erosion surface is a surface of rock or regolith that was formed by erosion and not by construction nor fault displacement.

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Erosion surface definition, an eroded land surface, especially one that is nearly flat and featureless. See more.

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Define erosion surface: a surface generally of low relief shaped by erosion compare peneplain unconformity.

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Erosion Surfaces. Definition: Gently undulating land surface that cuts indiscriminately across underlying geologic structures and that is the end-product of a long ...

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Definition: a land surface of low relief reflecting long term erosion. The surface may now lie well above sea level as a result of uplift or be tilted or deformed as a  ...

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Looking for erosion surface? Find out information about erosion surface. A land surface shaped by agents of erosion Explanation of erosion surface.

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There may be a veneer of alluvium over the erosional surface, particularly where soft rocks (e.g., shales) occur on the piedmont. Massive rocks, such as granite, ...

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Geomorphologic landscapes and landforms related dominantly to water erosion but excluding perennial channel flow (i.e. fluvial, glaciofluvial) or eolian erosion.