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North Central Geomorphological Units

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Geomorphological Units
Western Uplands (WU)North Western Dunefields and Plains (DP)
2.1.1 Dissected uplands: Ridges, escarpments, mountains on non-granitic Palaeozoic rocks5.1.3 Linear calcareous dunes sub-dominant
2.1.2 Dissected uplands: Hills, valley slopes and plains on non-granitic Palaeozoic rocks5.1.4 Hummocky calcareous dunes dominant
2.1.3 Dissected uplands: Ridges, escarpments, mountains on granitic Palaeozoic rocks5.1.5 Hummocky calcareous dunes sub-dominant
2.1.4 Dissected uplands: Hills, valley slopes and plains on granitic Palaeozoic rocks5.3.1 Groundwater discharge depressions
2.1.5 Dissected uplands: Plateaux and rises of residual Canozoic landscapes5.4 Clay plain with subdued ridges
2.1.6 Dissected Uplands: Eruption points and volcanic plains5.5.1 Prominent ridge tops with remnant aeolian sands and oriented swales with lakes and lunettes
2.1.7 Dissected Uplands: Terraces and floodplains5.7.1 Modern floodplains
5.8.1 Older alluvial plains
Northern Riverine Plains (RP)
4.1.1 Meander belt below plain level, sometimes source-bordering dunes
4.1.2 Areas of inundation away from modern channels
4.1.3 Lakes and basins with lunettes on modern floodplains
4.2.1 Plains with leveed channels, sometimes source-bordering dunes
4.2.2 Plains without leveed channels
4.2.3 Plains with lakes and depressions with lunettes
4.3 Alluvial fans and aprons
4.4 Hills and low hills
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