natural depression


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Wadi el-Rayan is a natural depression in the western desert of Egypt, 42 metres below sea level, which consists of two lakes connected by Egypt's only waterfalls.
The largest single radiotelescope on earth is the 1,000-foot-diameter dish built into a natural depression near Arecibo, Puerto Rico.
The product, which has the appearance of a small monoconvex tablet, rapidly adheres to the buccal mucosa, the small, natural depression in the mouth where the gum meets the upper lip above the incisor teeth.
Though very few areas of Wales escape spring frosts, the short answer is to avoid growing fruit in frost pockets where cold air collects, whether in a natural depression, at the bottom of a slope, or is created artificially by a wall or hedge that prevents the escape of cold air.
The controlled- and sustained-release buccal testosterone product (which has the appearance of a small monoconvex tablet) acts by adhering to the buccal mucosa; the small, natural depression in the mouth where the gum meets the upper lip above the incisor teeth.
The controlled- and sustained-release buccal testosterone product (which has the appearance of a small monoconvex tablet) acts by rapidly adhering to the buccal mucosa, the small, natural depression in the mouth where the gum meets the upper lip above the incisor teeth.
The sludge lagoon was constructed on- site in 1971 in an unlined natural depression to accept grease trap pump-outs, septic tank wastes, and treated municipal sludges.
Filling natural depressions in landscaping, tree holes and rotten stumps with sand to absorb water retained after rainfall
Guangxi is in a traditional karst region, where natural depressions caused by groundwater recession and erosion are not uncommon.
And the natural depressions of the land - or rumples as they are known here - give the course a historic vibe.
Jeddah is a meeting place of wadis, he said, referring to the natural depressions in the desert where rainwater collects and grows into torrents.
Sink holes Sink holes are natural depressions in the landAAEs surface caused by the removal of underlying soil or bedrock by water.
At least a dozen species of plants known as forbs inhabit these natural depressions," Gedan said.
There are a large number of small and medium-sized natural depressions, locally termed "playas," scattered over this region.