Brown coal and black coal, the former sometimes called wood coal, is found chiefly in diluvial or alluvial ground.
They are as emphatically drift implements, as any that have appeared in the diluvial matrix of France.
They consisted of portions of the skeletons of the rhinoceros, and a nearly perfect skeleton of an elephant in the diluvial sand.
The drift and boulders which cover a great part of Europe and North America are beyond all doubt glacial, and not diluvial.
He then made up his mind to seek for help in his labour, and trained workmen to dig in the diluvial beds.
The banks of the River St. Clair are wholly alluvial or diluvial.
This repository was first disclosed by the action of the lake against a diluvial shore, in which the bones were buried.
Towards this, its diluvial banks, charged with boulders and pebbles, sloped at a steep angle.
Among other celebrated sites, the diluvial formation is largely developed in Sicily.
The diluvial hills inclosing the basin, at distances of one or two miles, are covered with pines.