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Distinctive Patterns in Areal Distribution of Undifferentiated Alluvium of Upland Streams in North Louisiana

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1994

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Examines the drastic pinching and swelling that characterizes certain individual alluvial bottomlands, and the rectilinear patterns, suggestive of structural influence, that characterize some networks of bottomlands in north Louisiana. 19 pages Authors: R. P. McCulloh

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  • OFS 94-02

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title Parent-5612cd9fe4b0ba4884c609ff Distinctive Patterns in Areal Distribution of Undifferentiated Alluvium of Upland Streams in North Louisiana

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