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dry valley


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A valley, usually in chalk, or karst, with no permanent watercourse. These valleys may have been cut during periglacial phases, when the permafrost would stop meltwater from soaking through chalk or limestone, and thus permit dissection.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography — Ecology and Conservation.


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