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cycle of erosion


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A hypothetical model of how landscapes evolve through a progressive sequence of stages, starting from an uplifted surface dissected by some rivers, through a youthful landscape with steep valley sides and steep long profiles, to a mature landscape dominated by low hills and low river slopes, to the gentle undulating or flat landscape of old age. Also known as geomorphic cycle.

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