Landscape Position and McNab Indices (cont.2)

In one and two previous posts, I talked about McNab indices and what they mean and how to compute them.  This is a short post just showing another screenshot of a McNab mesoscale.  The previous image was from a stream valley running through the glaciated Allegheny Plateau.  This image is a stream cut through the soft shale of the Lake Plain of the Eastern Basin of Lake Erie:

 

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