Sudden summer rain showers usually occur over small areas near water. The atmosphere absorbs water from the water source and drops it suddenly over small towns.
Layering in sedimentary rock is due to seasonal or event based deposition of small rock particles which reflect the environment at the time of deposition. Layering in metamorphic rocks (foliation) is due to the realignment and alteration of minerals from heat and pressure.
Erosion occurs when a rock is carried away from where it was weathered. It makes the rock fragments rounded and small.
The Metamorphic Rock must undergo a process called Weathering and Erosion. Once it has become sediments it goes under another process called Cementing and Compacting. Now it has become a sedimentary rock. Trust Point me if this helped! Thanks!
Not if you have huge patches of skin on the arms. If you have Huge patches on the legs or small patches on the arm they could.
Change over large areas - usually the deeper down rocks are the more change occurs.Usually due to both heat and pressure.Mountain Ranges are example of large area metamorphic. Change over small areas - formed by heat pressure ALONE
To hold it together
it could be a 'clump' of plants
Small circular blister patches on the neck might be ringworm or another type of fungal infection. This might also refer to an allergic reaction or dermatitis.
Small organisms that live in the sunlight regions of the ocean is called Plankton!