Sandur

A sandur is an outwash plain formed by meltwater from glaciers. It may also refer to: ...
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sandur

(from the article `glacial landform`) ...the resulting elongate, planar deposits are termed valley trains. On the other hand, in low-relief areas the deposits of several ice-marginal ...
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Sandur

(Icelandic) Plain, often wider than its length, where sediment, mostly gravel, is deposited from glacial meltwater. C.f. outwash plain, valley train. Icelandic sandurs may largely be deposited by jokulhlaup discharges.
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sandur

sand, area(s) of sand, glacial outwash plain(s)
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