Definición de scablands en inglés:

scablands

Silabificación: scab·lands
Pronunciación: /ˈskablandz
 
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sustantivo

Geology
Flat elevated land deeply scarred by channels of glacial or fluvioglacial origin and with poor soil and little vegetation, especially in the Columbia Plateau of Washington State.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Ring-necked Ducks are uncommon as breeders in low-elevation wetlands in eastern Washington, but rare east of the channeled scablands.
  • He says there is published evidence of a massive catastrophic burst of an ice dam in Siberia, on the scale of the Spokane Flood which carved the channelled scablands of the northwest US.

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