Eventually, the headlands will erode and get smaller and smaller until it turns into lots of stumps and then they will erode over time.
Bacteria convert sugar and simple carbohydrates into acids, which erode the enamel, eventually resulting in a cavity.
the rushing water cause the hill to erode
They water that flows over the edge takes rocks which erode the softer rock away. This normally undercuts the hard rock which eventually collapes.
They cause abrasion to the rock as it moves.
Example sentence - The endless rains would cause the burnt hillside to erode.
cliffs erode because when the ocean waves hit the rock they bring back pebbles and sediment. this eventually erodes and "eats" at the rock. this forms a cliff.
No. All volcanoes will eventually go extinct and erode away.
Yes, wind and wave action can cause significant weathering to the glacier along the water line, eventually causing large chunks to break off and fall into the ocean to become icebergs.
the acids erode the rock away.
the wind whips at the sand and rocks and erodes them
Decrease, wind will eventually erode them. (Though this will take a VERY long time.)
A way waves cause erosion: waves wear away the land and erode the surface.
Yes, as it will erode the enamel and will eventually begin to deteriorate the teeth and cause cavities. But this will only happen if you drink multiple sodas a day, every day for the rest of your life. Brushing and mouthwash will help prevent this.
Waves keep hitting the side of a cliff and eventually erode enough rock to form a cave
Yes, heavy rains can cause erosion in a desert.
The temperature heats the rock and breaks it (erodes).
Yes! When snow melts the resulting water can erode things.
No because it is rain and running water.
rocks would erode and eventually create more soil. otherwise who cares
he will eventually end up like his wife as a stump, then he may erode and be under the sea
What is an antonym for erode
A fixed anchor can cause the rock to erode away faster.
The dirt and earth erode the water away and not the other way around.