Definition of Inselbergs
1. inselberg [n] - See also: inselberg
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Literary usage of Inselbergs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Planet Geographyby Stephen Codrington by Stephen Codrington (2005)
"For example, inselbergs are prominent steep-sided residuals rising in ... Among the best-known inselbergs are Central Australia's Uluru (Avers Rock) and ..."
2. Agricultural Expansion and Pioneer Settlements in the Humid Tropics by Walther Manshard, William B. Morgan (1988)
"... other farmers or clear a plot on the very steep slopes along the foot of the inselbergs. Here the use of tractors is no longer possible. ..."
3. Land Claims & National Parks: The Makuleke Experience by Bertus De Villiers (1999)
"... contrasted with high ridges and inselbergs of sandstone deeply dissected into dramatic gorges by the ..."
4. The Trans Canada Trail in Quebec by Yves Seguin, Jean Pare (2004)
"These, however, were once real mountains. ln North America, they are called "monad- nocks," while the rest of the planet calls them "inselbergs. ..."
5. The Miombo in Transition: Woodlands and Welfare in Africa by Bruce Morgan Campbell (1996)
"Shallow, stony soils are common along escarpments and inselbergs. Loamy sand, sandy loam and sandy clay loam textures predominate in both the top and ..."
6. Promoting Stewardship of Forests in the Humid Forest Zone of Anglophone West by Dennis P. Dykstra, United Nations Environment Programme (1996)
"It rises inland to relatively low plateaux dissected by rivers, and interrupted in places by residual inselbergs and small higher plateaux such as the Fouta ..."