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A gently sloping, shallow savanna wetland, with no permanent river channel, often wider upstream than downstream (perhaps through chemical sapping), and often infilled with sands and clays. Core boulders indicate etchplanation; see von der Heyden (2004) PPG28, 4.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.

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