Here the terraced features of the volcanic plateau, produced by the denudation of the successive flows is well displayed.
The denudation of the hills led to terrible floods along the rivers.
These rounded knolls are all that denudation has left of the tertiary sand deposits on the chalk.
I am more struck with his remarks on denudation than you seem to be.
This is due to the greater indestructibility of the quartz pebbles, and the weathering away, or denudation, of the sandstone face.
How little he could ever have grappled with the subject of denudation!
Geologists have estimated the age of the Earth since denudation began, by measurements of the integral effects of denudation.
Rosmersholm and the Rosmer ideals had begun their work of denudation and disintegration.
Its presence at the surface is due to denudation of the masses by which it was originally overspread.
No geologist can doubt that such relationship is the result of denudation.
early 15c., from Middle French dénudation, from Latin denudationem (nominative denudatio), noun of action from past participle stem of denudare (see denude). Figurative use is from 1590s. In geology, from 1811.
denudation de·nu·da·tion (dē'nōō-dā'shən, -nyōō-, děn'yu-)
The removal of a covering or surface layer.