Bajada

A low-lying area of confluent pediment slopes and alluvial fans at the base of mountains around a desert.
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bajada

broad slope of debris spread along the lower slopes of mountains by descending streams, usually found in arid or semiarid climates; the term was ...
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Bajada

[festival] `Bajada` is the shortened version of the Fiestas de la Bajada which is a festival which takes place in several places in the Canary Islands. Bajada is Spanish for `bringing down`, and means the bringing of a patron saint`s statue from its normal place in a chapel to be celebrated by the people. == Examples of major bajadas == ......
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Bajada

Consecutive series of alluvial fans forming along the edge of a linear mountain range. Surface of this feature undulates in a rolling fashion as one moves from the center of one alluvial fan to another. Normally occurs in arid climates.
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Bajada

A broad, sloping area of debris often caused by the blending of several alluvial fans.
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Bajada

The surface of a system of coalesced alluvial fans.
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Bajada

[geography] A bajada consists of a series of coalescing alluvial fans along a mountain front. These fan-shaped deposits form from the deposition of sediment within a stream onto flat land at the base of a mountain. == Formation and occurrence == When a stream flows downhill it picks up sediment along with other materials, as that stream eme...
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