rise


rise
   1) [ soil survey ]
   A general term for a slight increase in slope (e.g., d 3%) and elevation of the land surface, usually with a broad, low summit and gently sloping sides. The term is restricted to landforms and microfeatures in areas of very low relief such as lake plains or coastal plains.
   SW & GG
   2) [ geomorphology ]
   A geomorphic component of flat plains (e.g., lake plain, low coastal plain, low-gradient till plain) consisting of a slightly elevated but low, broad area with low slope gradients (e.g., 1-3 % slopes); typically a microfeature but can be fairly extensive. Commonly soils on a rise are better drained than those on the surrounding talf.
   Compare: talf.
   SW

Glossary of landform and geologic terms. 2013.

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