"Pediplains or pediment plains are broad, relatively flat rock surface formed by the joining of several pediments. (See pediment.) Pediplains are usually formed in arid or semi-arid climates and may have a thin veneer of sediments. It is postulated that the pediplain may be the last stage of landform evolution, the final result of the processes of erosion." (Britannica, 2009)


Britannica, T. Editors of Encyclopaedia. "pediplain." Encyclopedia Britannica, March 4, 2009.