Definitions for "POINT BAR"
A deposit of sediment on the inner bank of a meander that forms because the stream velocity is lower against the inner bank.
A wedge-shaped deposit of sediment on the inside bank of a meander.
Point Bar - One of a series of low, arc-shaped ridges of sand and gravel developed on the inside of a growing meander by slow accretion of sediment accompanying migration of the channel toward the outer bank.