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A bench-like land-form, cut indiscriminately across bedrock, and confined to past or present periglacial environments. Its position on the lower part of a hillslope is the main criterion for distinguishing it from a cryoplanation terrace. It is the periglacial analogue of the warm desert pediment.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography — Ecology and Conservation.

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