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A broad elevated area of the earth's surface.
- ‘Like the African examples, the Rhine rift is associated with volcanism and with a regional upwarp that forms raised borders to the rift.’
(of part of the earth's surface) be elevated to form an upwarp.
- ‘Although each mountain range has a unique set of characteristics, a particular mountain can be structurally classified as upwarped, volcanic, fault-block, or folded.’
- ‘Probably no remnants of the upwarped surface remain on the mountain tops of New England.’
- ‘The seismic section shows upwarped reflectors in the upper crust which may be related to this convergence.’
- ‘Most of South Africa consists of a vast plateau with upwarped rims, bounded by an escarpment.’
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