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Mallee Geomorphological Units

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unit 4.4.1 unit 4.2.2 unit 5.1.1 unit 5.1.2 unit 5.1.3 unit 5.1.4 unit 5.1.5 unit 5.1.7 unit 5.2.1 unit 5.2.2 unit 5.3.1 unit 5.3.2

Mallee Geomorphological Units
Nothern Riverine Plains (RP)
4.1.1 Meander belt below plain level, sometimes source-bordering dunes5.1.9 Linear dunes co-dominant on subdued strandline ridge lands
4.2.2 Plains without leveed channels5.2.1 Parabolic dunes and sandplains (dominant in west and central Big Desert)
5.2.2 Linear dunes and sandplains (Little Desert, Sunset Desert and eastern Big Desert)
North Western Dunefields and Plains (DP)5.2.3 Modern floodplains with co-dominant siliceous dunefields
5.1.1 Linear calcareous dunes dominant5.3.1 Groundwater discharge depressions and associated lunettes, north east - south west ridges, gypseous dunes and sandplains
5.1.2 Linear calcareous dunes co-dominant5.3.2 Palaeolacustrine depessions (north of Lake Tyrrell, east of Sunset Strip)
5.1.3 Linear calcareous dunes sub-dominant5.7.1 Modern floodplains
5.1.5 Hummocky calcareous dunes sub-dominant5.7.2 Modern floodplains with co-dominant calcareous linear dunefields
5.1.6 Linear calcareous dunes co-dominant on prominent strandline ridge lands5.8.1 Older alluvial plains
5.1.7 Linear dunes sub-dominant in regional depressions with prominent north east - south west ridges5.8.2 Older alluvial plains with sub-dominant north west - south east ridges, hummocky dunes and calcareous linear dunes
5.1.8 Linear dunes sub-dominant on older alluvial plains, groundwater discharge depressions, north east - south west ridges and lunettes
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