Sediments is pieces of solid material that have been deposited on Earth's surface. The sediments have been deposited by wind, water, ice, gravity, or chemical precipitation.
Salt water is NOT invented, it has been there for ages and everywhere: two-third of the world's surface is covered by oceans full of salty water.
True. Most of the earth is covered with water; hence most of the crust underneath all that water is unreachable. It hasn't been explored. We don't yet have technology advanced enough.
what is the word for when a land has been covered with water?
Although we are not completely certain about the origin of water on Earth, it seems that there have been a lot of comet impacts, much earlier in the Earth's history, and those comets brought our planet lots of water, which now covers most of the surface of the Earth.
The surface layer of ground is turf. It is a layer of earth that is covered with grass. Turf is very noticeable because it's the only thing that one sees when one looks at the ground, unless there has been some digging.
Ask dominick Bass he knows. Been
this has clearly been stated as a meteorite :P
intrusive rocks become visable onthe earths surface because it may have been weathred.
has to do with alkaline dip tanks.. Water break free surface is a 10 second retention of water on a surface that has been cleaned and rinsed of its alkaline.