bouldery


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Synonyms for bouldery

abounding in rocks or stones

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Itokawa is probably a rubble-pile asteroid because it has a low density, a porosity of about 40%, a round shape rather than an irregular one, and a bouldery appearance," Fujiwara reported in March.
2003), a bouldery clay loam with some allophane content, derived from basalt, in Northland, and a coastal sandy soil in Manawatu (Close et al.
Fortunately, using geophysical methods backed up by drilling, designers were able to locate a rock knoll under about 100 feet of bouldery overburden only some 200 feet from the filtration plant.
The area that Hans showed me was a very steep ridge with a loose bouldery landslide area on one side.
He initially excavated 3-4 m deep pits in the bouldery till (reinforced with timbers like a mine shaft), oriented in an east-west direction perpendicular to the direction of the movement of the glaciers, which he determined from the glacial striae.
More rewarding are Matusadona National Park, on the banks of the artificial Lake Kariba, or the magnificent, arid, bouldery landscapes, sheltering timeless rock art of the Rhodes Matopos National Park, to the south of Bulawayo.
We camped on the ridge that second night, got blasted by 40-mile-an-hour winds, and elected to lay over a day; in the morning we scrambled up through snow and bouldery scree and bagged an 8,500-foot peak.
The tea-colored small streams fish better in spring and fall, when you can pick pockets through their bouldery runs, pools, and riffles.
We selected soil nailing as the most viable solution to a difficult retention problem that included restricted access for construction equipment and very bouldery ground conditions," said Bruce Smith, project manager, Burns & McDonnell, Kansas City, Missouri.
I took an overnight train to the bleak and bouldery town of Hampi.
2003), and more recently on a Himatangi sand (Manawatu region) and a Kiripaka bouldery clay loam in the Northland region (Close et al.
Within about one crater diameter, ejecta evenly blanket the surrounding terrain with a thin sheet of bouldery debris.