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Avulsion

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Complete Toenail Avulsion

In sedimentary geology and fluvial geomorphology, avulsion is the rapid abandonment of a river channel and the formation of a new river channel. Avulsions occur as a result of channel slopes that are much less steep than the slope that the river could travel if it took a new course.
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    • Deltaic and net-depositional settings 

    • Erosional avulsions 

    • Meander cutoffs 

    • Occurrence