"What Was That?" -- Whole Landscapes

Whole Landscapes
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Badlands - An arid environment with extreme erosion, unsuitable for grazing or farming {read more}
Scale: Images are taken from an altitude of ~35,000 feet, and so are each ~1 mile across.

Open these examples in Google Earth, or download all of the landforms here.

Bayou - A marshy, water-logged area with extremely slow-moving water, typically found in the Gulf region of the U.S. {read more}

Dissected Plateau - A landscape that has been severely eroded, producing sharp relief and topography. Some portions of the Appalachian Plateau are dissected {read more}

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