Definition of landform in English:

landform

Syllabification: land·form
Pronunciation: /ˈlan(d)ˌfôrm
 
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noun

  • A natural feature of the earth’s surface.
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    • During this period, total cover of many shade-intolerant spring ephemeral forb species is significantly greater on upland landforms than floodplain landforms.
    • To test for differences in mean physical and chemical soil characteristics between the floodplain and upland landforms, we used non-parametric Mann-Whitney tests.
    • NASA says the picture actually shows the Martin equivalent of a butte or mesa - landforms common around the American West.

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