That with which anything is washed, or wetted, smeared, tinted, etc., upon the surface.
An alluvial cone formed by a stream at the base of a mountain.
The dry bed of an intermittent stream, sometimes at the bottom of a cañon; as, the Amargosa wash, Diamond wash; -- called also dry wash.
(1) Coarse alluvial sediments. (2) The downslope movement of small particles of soil by overland flow. Also called sheetwash. (3) A term used in the United States for a shallow intermittent stream channel found in arid and semi-arid regions.
1) Low or marshy ground washed by tidal waters. 2) A stretch of shallow water. 3) The dry bed of a stream (Western U.S.).
A dry stream bed.
Usually a watercourse which flows during flood events, or intermittently. Washes contain a riparian environment and are used by wildlife.
the dry bed of an intermittent stream (as at the bottom of a canyon)
a normally dry riverbed that fills during the monsoon rains
refers primarily to a natural WATERCOURSE, usually located in an arid or a semi-arid environment, that has not been significantly disturbed by man.
Landform. An intermittent streambed where water may flow after a rain.
Removal or erosion of soil by the action of moving water. A natural watercourse, wet or dry.
A shallow streambed with steep sides cut into unconsolidated sediments. This kind of streambed usually carries water only after brief, local precipitation.
A term meaning to affect colour or tint by adding saturation or chroma.