- n. Plural form of ridge.
“Geographic features, such as mountain ridges, which mark the boundary of different climatic zones, occur at scales much smaller than the typical grids in GCMs, which means the GCMs get these zonal boundaries wrong, especially when coarse-grain predictions are downscaled.”
“Sgt. Spears pointed toward a ridgeline and noted that Kunar province sits across only a couple of mountain ridges from Pakistan, where the September”
“For instance, Usambara Kwale-laden settlements were positioned on mountain ridges, and ridge-villages were an old Kaskazi tradition still found among Upland-descended Chaga and Thagiicu speakers.”
“Whitetails seem to prefer certain ridges, flats, and even individual trees.”
“A Parasail is like a parachute, designed to resemble a wing, enabling the flier to glide and soar along Mexico's mountain ridges and valley thermals.”
“The two lanes across the two mountain ridges are still being expanded and where not in process of construction, remain a difficult route with poor surfacing.”
“Mark obvious ones first, such as saddles (low gaps in ridges) and narrow strips of woods between open areas like beaver ponds or clear-cuts.”
“Riser: To reduce vibration here, bow makers sculpt in ridges or cutouts and incorporate rubberlike synthetics within the riser material.”
“The juncture of several ridges is another likely place to find a trail.”
“Good starting points include heavy cover near food plots or fields, swamps, conifer stands, brushy hollows, saddles in ridges, benches, and creekbottoms.”
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