It is called surface tension.
Erosion is the process of Weathering and transport of solids.
Water flowing downhill across the surface of the Earth is called runoff.
it is called runoff
i Think surface tension is the tightness of the surface water caused bypolar energy pulling itself together
This excess water is called surface runoff. Another name is overland flow. Surface runoff is important in the water cycle because it can cause soil erosion.
It is called runoff.
Insects that are able to walk across the surface of water are called water striders. Water striders make use of the high surface tension of water together with their long, hydrophobic legs to stay above water.
Streams and rivers - but the local flow across a discrete area, and feeding them, is called Run-off.
A water strider can walk across the surface of a small pond.
The water vapourizes and in doing so forms a thin gaseous layer between the water drop and the hot surface, thus causing the droplet to bounce across the surface.
The water in the Earth's surface is called the hydrosphere.
Movement of water across a membrane is called OSMOSIS.
Glaciers are large bodies of ice and compacted snow that move across the Earth's surface. Icebergs are large bodies of compacted ice and snow in cold oceans, but the biggest mass sits below the water line. Icebergs do not move across the Earth's surface, but instead, the water's surface.