Does what is a definition of erosion been answered?
Erosion is the process of the movement of loosened materials is taken from one place to another .
The definition for weathering is the process that breaks down the rocks. The definition for erosion is the process of moving the works by soil, wind, ice and other elements. The definition for deposition is the dropping of the object (rock) after erosion (moving the rock).
the answer to the question how does erosion change the land is basically the definition of erosion
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weathering is when material is worn away. erosion is when material is carried away.
The definition of audience erosion refers to a change in the audience of a particular television series. Networks typically pay close attention to the 18-49 demographic.
When wind or water removes the top of the ground and deposits it somewhere else is erosion.
How do waves cause erosion
Erosion is the movement of rocks to move from one place to another then the next step is deposition.
Erosion is when a specific area is worn down over time by the constant flow of water.
Erosion has been around forever
Erosion is the process by which the surface of the Earth is worn away. Deposition is the setting down of Earth's materials.
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wave erosion :The combined effects of the shattering, wedging, and abrading of a cliff face by waves and the sediment they carry
soil erosion is washing away of soil or carring away of soil from one place to another
Gulley erosion is a process in which water flows down a small, narrow channel, transporting sediment to lower ground.
weathering is the breakdown of rocks then erosion is the next step
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Term : wave erosion Definition : The combined effects of the shattering, wedging, and abrading of a cliff face by waves and the sediment they carry.
erosion processes is the process when water is washed away leaving a very muddy and icky mess. it looks horrible. hahaaah
Running water can overcome the force of gravity on sediment and move it from one place to another place; the definition of erosion.
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erosion is when bits falll of a substance after it has been weathered
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Weathering is different from erosion because it breaks things down. Then erosion carries it away....:) hope i answered your question only thing is I'm learning that in fifth grade right now.
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The incorporation and transportation of material by a mobile agent, such as water, wind, or ice.
It refers to waves and water motion that erode river banks.
That is a fairly good definition for "Erosion".
Erosion has exposed many valuable minerals.
answered by blessed mukwena soil erosion
The physical processes of erosion are called corrasion or mechanical erosion; the chemical processes are called corrosion or chemical erosion. But most examples of erosion include some of both corrasion and corrosion. The agents of erosion are gravity, ice, water (eluvian erosion) and wind (eolian erosion). Erosion is sometimes restricted to transportation, excluding weathering. Erosion does not include mass wasting, unless erosion is being discussed in a tectonic context, in which case exhumation may be… Read More
A mountain caused by the eroding away of the land around it by means of water or wind.
Where a type of erosion picks up sediments and they are relocated on the earths surface. The acting of deposing.
You might want to go on google and search the definition of erosion just to make sure, but from me 95% of my brain sayes yes because erosion is the movement of particles. And when they shift, they are moving. Although if you are talking about the plates landing up shifted, that is deposition.
Detritus means any rock fragments or disintegrated material that has been broken or worn away from a larger mass. This breaking away may occur by accident or by erosion, through wind, water or glacial ice.
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Erosion is the result of something that is still not controlled. Agents of erosion when we are talking about soil, for instance, could be the wind and water or even lack of vegetation, poor soil. Definition of erosion by 'the free dictionary" : 1. The process of eroding or the condition of being eroded: erosion of the beach; progressive erosion of confidence in our legal system; erosion of the value of the dollar abroad. 2… Read More
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The rate of soil erosion depends on a number of things, including the type of soil erosion you are talking about (water vs. wind erosion). Without being more specific here, this question can only be answered with broad generalities that are true of both types of erosion. Erosion rate depends on the speed of the erosive agent (water flow rate or wind speed). Anything that affects the speed of the water or wind will therefore… Read More
The Grand Canyon has been eroding since its creation and the erosion continues to this day.
as i asked this question and it had not been answered, i was supposed to write a dictionary definition, but obviously i dont know what it means. so go to a better website like google or wikipedia. NOT WIKIPEDIA ANSWERS
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