A plain that has formed from periodically overflowing river.
According to Wikipedia: "The "Jones Diamond," also known as the "Punch Jones Diamond," "The Grover Jones Diamond," or "The Horseshoe Diamond," was an 34.48 carat (6.896 g) alluvial diamond found in Peterstown, West Virginia by members of the Jones family. It remains the largest alluvial diamond ever discovered in North America."
There are some tests that a certified gemologist can conduct that can generally pinpoint the location or source of a diamond. Whether or not the diamonds came from the same 'mine', may be problematic, since many diamonds are harvested using techniques other than mining. For example, if water runs over the volcanic pipe that pushed the diamonds to the earth's surface and diamonds are washed downhill, then harvested as alluvial diamonds, the mined volcanic pipe may be substantially distant from the alluvial diamond find. But the source is the same.
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There are no disadvantages of alluvial soil
The River Severn does not have an alluvial fan. Rivers that empty into estuaries do not have alluvial fans.
An alluvial fanA delta on dry land is called an alluvial fan.
The Colour of Alluvial gold is yellow
Alluvial is a descriptive term referring to sediments deposited along a fan-shaped area by a river or stream. Thus, a rock or mineral could be described as being alluvial in that it was placed in its current location by alluvial deposition. Alluvial is not a rock type.
Alluvial sediments are those deposited by a river.
A well that is drilled into an alluvial deposit, which is sediment from a river or lake.
Alluvial gold is found in alluvium, which is the soil in and around rivers. Alluvial gold is often found through river flats and floodplains.
By water alluvial comes from latin alluvius - to wash against.
The alluvial fan deposited the river's sediment into the sea, creating a delta. As the glacier melted, an alluvial fan formed at the base of the mountain.