What is a peneplain?

A peneplain (an almost plain) is a low-relief plain which is formed as a result of stream erosion. It is produced by fluvial erosion that would, in the course of geologic time, reduce the land almost to base level (sea level), leaving so little gradient that essentially no more erosion could occur.

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