Asked in Science
What is the compare between erosion and deposition?
erosion wears the rock away and depositon DEPOSITS the sediments
Asked in Rocks and Minerals
One pathway that could lead to the formation of metamorphic rock?
the anse to the hopitid cola depositon colsa
Asked in Erosion and Weathering
Does deoosition cause more change to landforms than weathering?
no because deposition is one of the processes in erosion and the steps are erosion depositon weathering and dropping but erosion changes under ground and more rapidly hope its right just learned in school ...
Asked in EMT and Paramedics, Ambulances
What is the cost of st johns ambulance?
it depends how old you are and it varies from division to division. Most divisions require you to put down a deposit on a uniform.In our division it is £25 for a year. It works out at something like 50p a night, when you are over 18 it is free.Also a depositon your uniform in our CADET division is £25. There are some courses that require you to pay a small amount of money to get the qualifications. Please note that...
Asked in Erosion and Weathering
Why does erosion always lead to depositon?
Erosion always leads to deposition because when the movement of sediments occurs, they have to settle down; they do not disappear into thin air. Erosion cannot last forever for one piece of rock; it cannot continuously be moved without stopping. It has to be deposited somewhere. One example is the Antelope Canyon. It was a piece of land called Navajo (Tribal Park). Flashfloods caused the erosion and made a beautiful canyon. The sediments swept away formed other parts of high land "elsewhere."...
What is the difference between erosion weathering and deposition?
Erosion is the moving of something, weathering is the breeaking down, and depositon is depositing some particles or minerals to some area such as a delta. The difference between weathering and erosion is very simple. Weathering can be caused by both chemical and mechanical. Mechanical Weathering is when rocks are broken into smaller pieces WITHOUT changing them chemically. While Chemical Weathering occurs when the chemical composition of rock changes. This happens rapidly and mostly in tropical areas. Erosion is when water, gravity, ice or...
Asked in Metallurgy
What is Vacuum metallurgy?
The melting, shaping, and treating of metals and alloys under reduced pressure that ranges from subatmospheric pressure to ultra-high vacuum. The making, shaping, and treating of metals, alloys, and intermetallic and http://www.answers.com/topic/refractory-metals compounds in a http://www.answers.com/topic/gaseous environment where the composition and partial pressures of the various components of the gas phase are carefully controlled. In many instances, this environment is a vacuum ranging from subatmospheric to http://www.answers.com/topic/ultrahigh-vacuum (less than 760 torr or 101 kilopascals to 10−12 torr or 10−10 pascal). In other cases, reactive gases are...
Asked in The Difference Between
Difference between wet and dry deposition?
Dry Depositon is the process in which acid-forming pollutants fall directly to Earth in a dry state. But, wet deposition fall to the earth in a wet state. Wet deposition refers to acidic rain, fog, and snow. If the acid chemicals in the air are blown into areas where the weather is wet, the acids can fall to the ground in the form of rain, snow, fog, or mist. As this acidic water flows over and through the ground, it affects a...
Asked in Physics
How capacitor charges i want to know about the physical phenomenon ofcharging capacitors?
Forsimplicity, take a parallel plate capacitor. It consists of two parallel plates displaced by certain but very small distance. This distance is covered by a dielectric which blocks the flows of electrons when applied to a potential difference (voltage) ---- it is the property of dielectric material. When we suddenly applies potential difference across the two parallel plates at that instant, sudden current (almost equal to s/c current) flows from one plate to another plate through the dielectric due to its unability to oppose...