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How can erosion be beneficial?
These benefits range from providing aesthetic pleasure to reducing the number and severity of floods, helping handle stormwater runoff and minimizing non-point water pollution. For example, by allowing floodwater to slow down, sediments settle out, thus maintaining water quality. The natural vegetation filters out impurities and uses excess nutrients.
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Erosion is when rocks or sand rub together, and over millions of years it breaks down into dust, sand, or what ever you might call it. Erosion wears away the land. The land is… worn away by wind and water erosion. Raindrops cause splash erosion.
Erosion is the process of the movement of loosened materials from one place to another, and generally occurs when the material is exposed to ice, water or wind, and gravity. I… also have a small penis (and i got ring sting).
Proteins are beneficail in a way that it builds the body and act as regulators and catalyst in the cell. Insulin is a proteins that can reduce glucose levels and the revere ca…n be carried out by glucagon. Haemoglobin protein is another example for carrying oxygen to our cells.
How are some ways that bacteria can be beneficial? 1. Some bacteria in your intestines are responsible for producing Vitiman K, which is necessary for normal blood clot format…ion. 2. Some bacteria produce antibiotics that help limit the growth of other harmful bacteria. 3. Consumer bacteria called, saprophytes, help mantain natures balance by decomposing waste. 4. Nitrogen-Fixing Bacteria change nitrogen from the air into forms that plants and animals can use easily.
All chemicals have positive and negative outcomes, depending on howthey are used. Most chemicals have at least one beneficial outcome. Some examples: Bleach is a very powerfu…l cleaner and whitener. Ammonia is also oneof the oldest and most powerful household cleaner. Used separately,each have their purposes and benefits. HOWEVER, bleach and ammoniacan produce a *deadly* type of fumes if used together. Hair dyes are chemicals that women (and men) enjoy using to changetheir appearance. Dyes can cover gray hair, too. However, hair dyescan cause extreme problems if a person is allergic to thechemicals. The scalp can be burned, leading to chronic irritationand scabbing. Hair loss and thinning can ensue. Yet, millions ofpeople try dyes, love it, and have no problems. Laundry detergents and additives are good examples of the benefitsof chemicals. A concentrated washing agent can remove stains,protect colors, whiten whites, and prolong the wear-ability ofclothing. Yet, every year, poison control and ERs deal with issuesof children digesting laundry detergents. They can damage eyesight,burn the digestive tract from mouth to stomach, and can causecontact dermatitis of the skin.
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Erosion occur via natural or man- made weathering. For example, Rocks (ignious) weather to form sand. Weathering is as it sounds: the process that causes erosion by Rain (acid… rain included), Flooding, hail, etc. the rain fills the cracks in a rock (for example) then freezes with the temprature. Then when the temprature gets above freezing the particles in the rock get excited and during that motion the H2O particles from the melted ice merge together which causes the physical properties of the rock to separate to make room. This is the cause of a crack, once there are enough cracks then the rock will break down. The process continues until the rock particles are granulated like sand. I hope this helps, if you want it "dummed down" then basically, it rains, the water gets into the rock, the rock starts to crack, the rock breaks, the rock continues to do so until it is sand (or otherwise depending upon the rock)
Erosion is the process of carrying bits of rocks and other materials. There are two types of erosion called water erosion and wind erosion.
causes of erosion are; 1) natural. 2) man made. natural:- floods,wind, tectonic displacement. man made:- deforestation, excessive animal gracing, making dams,ect
We think of insects as being pests in the garden, but only the insects that feed on our plants or transmit disease are pests. Many insects are useful and are called "beneficia…l." There are three main groups of beneficial insects: pollinators, predators, and parasitoids. Pollinators include several bee and fly species, and the ones that we're most familiar with are honeybees, bumblebees, orchard mason bees, and syrphid flies. Predatory insects eat large numbers of other insects. These predaceous insects can feed on other insects when they are larvae, adults or both. Common predators that we see often in the garden are lady beetles (we call them lady bugs), praying mantids, spiders and centipedes. Parasitoids are insects that live on or in a host insect. They feed on the host and usually kill it in the process. Most are stingless wasps or flies that lay their eggs in a specific host. The eggs then hatch and feed on the host. This is a process that is difficult to see, but research shows that parasitoids contribute to the control of pests.
Beneficiating includes crushing, screening, washing, and flotation of minerals
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Erosion is seen in many forms. The forms you may be interested in are the following: OceanicFluvial (Rivers)Aeolian (Wind) Oceanic erosion causes coastal recession. This is b…ad for everybody, not just farmers. In the specific case of farmers, it can cause livestock to fall over the cliff face, and the obvious loss of land on which there may/may not have been crops (though I'd think that the farmer would be grateful that it were not he/she that were falling off). Fluvial erosion is particularly relevant here, as most farmers choose to locate their farms on the fertile flood plains of a river, which flood occasionally. Therefore, when a river erodes, it has drastic effects on the farming community. For one thing, erosion can cause loss of property and crops, but this is minimal. The river will not suddenly consume the farm (unless you were considering the Amazon, in which case, it can and does) permanently, so the risk of damage is little compared to the other types of erosion. The significance is when the meander moves, which it always does. The meander will move away from its current position, to another. This means that one farmer who relies on the river being in that specific spot no longer has this resource, and his cattle may go without fresh water, and well watered grass (they will not die, but stand a greater chance of dying due to disease, and are likely to be a little less fed). Aeolian erosion is a particular issue in African countries: one day a farm, next a desert. The wind blows sediment (sand, often pure Quartz) from its origin, normally in a desert rock, to the new location: a farm. This results in the starvation of livestock and people, as well as infertility and destruction of crops. Therefore, this is highly significant, especially with desertification by other means considered. Aeolian erosion, therefore is potentially devastating to farmers. I hope this helps you. I also hope it is clear that erosion is not beneficial to farmers.
Erosion is the wearing away of the surface of the earth! Erosion is the process by which soil and rock are removed from the Earth's surface by natural processes such as wind …or water flow, and then transported and deposited in other locations. . the process of eroding or being eroded by wind, water, or other natural agents . The gradual destruction or diminution of something: "the erosion of support for the party" . The wearing away of land or soil by the action of wind, water, or ice. In hydrologic terms, wearing away of the lands by running water, glaciers,winds, and waves, can be subdivided into three process: Corrasion, Corrosion, and Transportation. Weathering, although sometimes included here, is a distant process which does not imply removal of any material wearing away of rock or soil by the gradual detachment of soil or rock fragments by water, wind, ice, and other mechanical or chemical forces.the wearing away of the earth's surface by running water, wind, ice, or other geological agents; processes, including weathering, dissolution, abrasion, corrosion, and transportation, by which material is removed from the earth's surface
d. It prevents damage from natural disasters