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Province No 23 001 and its Terrain Patterns
Province No 23 002 and its Terrain Patterns
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1st 2nd 3rd Alluvium ARRANGEMENT OF TERRAIN braided channel brown medium channel Rock CHARACTERISTIC CROSS-SECTION SHOWING claystone colluvium crete CROSS-SECTION SHOWING TYPICAL dendritic derived from rock Description of Dominant Discontinuous dolomite Drainage Minor stream Drainage Type Drder 1st 2nd eucalypts Flinders Range floodplain Frequency per Mile grass and forbs gravelly clay gypsum heavy-textured clay decomposed inclusive in terrain kopi Length of Terrain Linear strike ridge LITHOLOGY LOCATION OF TERRAIN Marree mile 500 yards miles 5 miles Minor stream channel Number Terrain Pattern outcrop Rubble derived Parameters Terrain Unit Proterozoic quartzite Relief Amplitude ft REPRESENTATION OF TOPOGRAPHY river red gum rock outcrop Rubble sandstone sandy or gravelly seasonal grass SHOWING TYPICAL LOCATION Shrubland shrubs siltstone Soil Surface Cover Stream Frequency Terrain Parameters Terrain terrain pattern 01 Terrain Pattern Area Terrain Unit Width textured clay TOPOGRAPHY AND ARRANGEMENT Topography Soil Surface twice horiz UNITS WITHIN TERRAIN Width of Terrain yards 500 yards