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2016-04-25T23:22:16+05:30


A ravine is a landform narrower than acanyon and is often the product ofstreamcutting erosion Ravines are typically classified as larger in scale than gullies, although smaller thanvalleys. United States.

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2016-04-26T10:30:24+05:30
A ravine is deep valley which is formed due to linear/dendritic fluvial erosion of loose Unconsolidated and bare soils by intricate network of rills and gullies. They are found in mountain regions and lower elevations that have hills and changing land features.
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