superimposed drainage

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If a drainage pattern develops on a non-resistant mass covering a buried, resistant bedrock, and if base level falls enough, the drainage will cut into the bedrock in the established pattern (Douglass and Schmeeckle (2007) Geomorph. 84, 1–2).

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography — Environmental Science.

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