An area of low relief along a continental margin that is underlain by thick, gently dipping sediments.
a plain adjacent to a coast
the low-lying, gently-sloping area landward of the beach often containing fossil sands deposited during previously higher sea levels.
broad low-level plain between a mountain range and a seashore.
A flat, low-lying geographical region near an ocean. The Texas Coastal Plain extends north and south from Dallas to San Antonio to the Texas Gulf Coast.
low-lying zone or strip that is parallel to coastline, lying between sea and higher land
The plain composed of horizontal or gently sloping strata of CLASTIC material fronting the COAST and generally representing a strip of recently emerged sea bottom that has emerged from the SEA in RECENT geologic times. Also formed by AGGRADATION.
A broad, low relief region composed of horizontal or gently sloping strata of clastic materials fronting the coast, and generally representing a strip of sea bottom that has emerged from the sea in recent geologic time.
A low, generally broad plain that lies between an oceanic shore and a higher landform such as a plateau or a mountain range.
In geography, a coastal plain is an area of fat, low-life and adjacent to a seacoast and separated from the interior by other features. One of the world's longest coastal plains is located in western South America. The southeastern coastal plain of North America is notable for its species diversity.