How is deposition and erosion different in a stream?
Thats what i wanted to know
describe the relationship between stream velocity,erosion,transport and deposition
rate of stream discharge is directly proportional to the erosion i.e the higher the velocity of the stream then it will erode the rock rapidly while the deposition process will be slow when the velocity will be high.
deposition, erosion and weathering
Erosion is the moving of sediments deposition is depositing the sediment in an area
A stream, which flows in a channel, is formed as a result of erosion as the channel itself must be formed from erosion. Deposition is not common here, but there is a lot of loose material in the stream which is eroded over time, which has been put there through erosion. The material is first eroded further, then transported, and will ultimately be deposited at the mouth.
v-shaped valley ...................EROSION / DEPOSITION waterfall ...................EROSION / DEPOSITION alluvial fan ...................EROSION / DEPOSITION flood plain ...................EROSION / DEPOSITION levees ...................EROSION / DEPOSITION meanders ...................EROSION / DEPOSITION ox - bow lake ...................EROSION / DEPOSITION braiding ...................EROSION / DEPOSITION delta ...................EROSION / DEPOSITION
No: That is where deposition occurs. Erosion is where the river is flowing at its fastest, the mountain torrent stage.
I believe that erosion removes sand etc. and deposition replaces it. Hurricanes are a prime example of both.
Both erosion and deposition.
A desert is both erosion and deposition.
Weathering, erosion, and deposition.
Its erosion becuz its the air making it different from each air line....
You could increase the amount of water flow, or increase the angle of water flow to increase the amount of erosion. Both will increase the amount of the resultant deposition.
weathering then erosion ,then deposition
Erosion occurs where the stream has most energy, and deposition where it has least. This occurs as the amount of energy is not uniform across it's width.
Meanders are formed by both erosion and deposition.
what weathering does is that weathering moves your soil or sediments and then when it hits a stream erosion happens and moves it down along the stream and then comes deposition and the sediment lands at a random spot.
I don't think they are, deposition is the settling down of sediments that had been carried by erosion. Deposition is how deltas and alluvial fans are created. However erosion is the process of moving weathered sediments to a new location. So, a way deposition and erosion are similar is that they are in the same process. Weathering -> Erosion -> Deposition
James Hutton developed the concept of erosion and deposition.
A kettle is a deposition.
deposition is when rock or pebbles are deposited, erosion is when a object weres away
Discuss the features that are formed by water, erosion, and deposition?
Erosion and deposition affects the land by changing its shape and form.
Erosion and deposition can lead to the formation of sedimentary rock.
The sun does not have wethering, erosion, or deposition because it does not have a solid surface
kettle is a result of erosion though the material is an ancient deposition
As water flows, it picks up particles of the ground and carries it along the stream of water. That is erosion. As water deposits into another body of water, for example the Mississippi river into the Gulf of Mexico, those particles of ground are deposited in that area. That is deposition.
It is a Deposition.
a floodplain is a deposition
A beach is a deposition of sand.
first the weathering happens which causes an erosion which makes deposition.
Deposition and erosion can wear down a mountain and cause it to shrink.
Erosion is the moving of sediment and deposition is depositing the sediment in an area.
three things that both cause erosion and deposition
Erosion and deposition have an amazingly close relationship. Erosion and depositions are the exact opposites of each other in terms of land.
It is glacier erosion.
Erosion and deposition have a few things in common. First They both deal with rainwater and they both have to do with rivers. If this was not enough information then you can search erosion and deposition on this website and that should answer your question. Thanks.
Without erosion of particles, deposition (depositing) would have no particles to deposit. So erosion must come first.
Gravity is one of the major agents of erosion and deposition, but that is the only one I know.
The effect of deposition is erosion
The role of erosion and deposition in the rock cycle is that erosion transports weathered material from all three types in the rock cycle , at the point of deposition where it can litify into sedimentary rock !
hi! erosion and deposition are forces that changes landscapes. erosion forces are wind, water. And deposition is mostly wind. Erosion is a force that moves sediments. Deposition deposits sediments. Hope this helps. GLAD TO HELP. :)And I'm in fifth grade!
Erosion wears down (erodes) large rocks; deposition deposits sand and silt.
Erosion is the process by which the surface of the Earth is worn away. Deposition is the setting down of Earth's materials.
Because erosion helps it move from place to place and deposition drops it
No, deposition is the laying down or addition of sediments whereas erosion is the process of removal and transportation of sediment.
erosion means when a rock breaks..