(a) break of slope

(a) break of slope
обрыв на склоне горы

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  • Vegetation and slope stability — are interrelated by the ability of the plant life growing on slopes to both promote and hinder the stability of the slope. The relationship is a complex combination of the type of soil, the rainfall regime, the plant species present, the slope… …   Wikipedia

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  • continental slope — Physical Geog. a steep slope separating a continental shelf and a deep ocean basin. [1905 10] * * * Seaward border of a continental shelf. The world s combined continental slope is about 200,000 mi (300,000 km) long and descends at an average… …   Universalium

  • shelf break — Region where the continental shelf and continental slope meet; that is, where the more gently sloping region of the seabed adjacent to a landmass rather abruptly slopes steeply down towards the ocean depths; commonly around depths of 200 m …   Fisheries — dictionary

  • shelf break — region where the continental shelf and continental slope meet; i.e. where the more gently sloping region of the seabed adjacent to a landmass rather abruptly slopes steeply down towards the ocean depths; commonly around depths of 200 m. May be… …   Dictionary of ichthyology

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