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  • {{#category_index:R|ravinement surface}} A surface that is marked by erosion such as the cutting of a ravine.
    196 bytes (27 words) - 18:10, 2 December 2017
  • ...ch is only local is generally excluded but sometimes surfaces of submarine erosion are included. Generally evidenced by a basinward shift in facies, onlap, an
    1 KB (164 words) - 22:06, 18 May 2017
  • ...ough it was not thought suitable for reflection due to the softness of the surface alluvium (which absorbed much energy) and because the subsurface formations ...rcle back to his roots when he began experimenting with ways to limit soil erosion from pastures. This work, chiefly importing new strains of grass to Texas,
    20 KB (3,306 words) - 17:01, 6 December 2013
  • ...d,[1] silt, and clay,[2] and the processes that result in their formation (erosion and weathering), transport, deposition and diagenesis.[3] Sedimentologists Sedimentary rocks cover up to 75% of the Earth's surface, record much of the Earth's history, and harbor the fossil record. Sediment
    1,009 bytes (145 words) - 11:20, 18 October 2016
  • *[[Surface seismic]] *[[Erosion]]
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  • ...mb of the Youshashan anticline and sculptured by fluvial incision and wind erosion. Courtesy AAPG Bulletin, [http://archives.datapages.com/data/browse/aapg-bu ...istry to the change which rocks undergo, both deep in the earth and at the surface.
    4 KB (565 words) - 15:24, 17 March 2015
  • ...rmine patterns of surface precipitation, temperature, and other aspects of surface climate. ...of the surface of the Earth. The hydrosphere also includes water below the surface in groudwater systems, and water vapor (clouds and fog) located in the atmo
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  • ...s is that they are chronostratigraphically significant surfaces. Thus each surface is a physical boundary that separates all the rocks above from those below. ...raphic sequences in basin analysis in architecture and genesis of flooding surface bounded depositional units: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bu
    13 KB (2,056 words) - 06:44, 8 September 2015
  • ...ure air from around the storm pushes into the lower pressure zone near the surface, and eventually warms up and rises itself. After the warm air rises into th ...rld. The hurricanes, typhoons and cyclones cause flooding, wind, rain, and erosion damage that can be severe to coastal areas. These storms have caused entire
    11 KB (1,590 words) - 12:01, 3 December 2015
  • ...ficant problem all over the world. Humans have found ways to slow down the erosion process through numerous different techniques. == A brief overview on erosion ==
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  • Unconformities are surfaces of erosion and/or non-deposition. It signifies time-gaps in the geological record. Unc ...deformation before the deposition of the younger sediments were deposited. Erosion truncates the underlying strata or time units. If beds of both units are pa
    11 KB (1,645 words) - 15:48, 8 December 2018
  • ...ch is only local is generally excluded but sometimes surfaces of submarine erosion are included. Generally evidenced by a basinward shift in facies, onlap, an
    1 KB (158 words) - 22:07, 18 May 2017
  • ...logy is the study of landforms, their processes, form and sediments at the surface of the Earth (and sometimes on other planets). ...by erosion or deposition, as rock and sediment is worn away by these earth-surface processes and transported and deposited to different localities. The differ
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  • ...serving current or past landforms that are exposed in the sediments on the surface. There is no direct way to observe landforms that are buried in the sedimen ...gure 1). '''Geomorphology''' is science of earth forms, where earth's sub-surface features are studied, including their origin, composition, history and impa
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  • ...ringing reef is formed and surrounds the island. This forms just below the surface of the ocean.<ref name=Atoll /> [[File:Atoll.jpg | thumb | View of Atoll]] ...tretch toward sunlight while the ocean islands slowly sink beneath the sea surface. Darwin's theory was believed for a very long time, but a study published M
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  • ...rds for industry purposes as well as quality standards for contaminants in surface water. The Clean Water Act also helped the discharge of pollutants into wat ...e change is likely to worsen existing problems coasts already face such as erosion, sea level rise, increases in precipitation, warmer ocean temperature and c
    22 KB (3,253 words) - 11:48, 13 April 2016
  • ...vers. Watersheds are the areas around where you live that help run off and erosion get to main river ways or eventually oceans. ...on actions. Unfortunately various forms of pollution, including runoff and erosion, can interfere with the health of the watershed. <ref> Knutsen, K. (2016, S
    5 KB (735 words) - 18:45, 14 November 2016
  • ...gical Survey. (2016, May 2). [http://water.usgs.gov/watuse/wusw.html USGS: Surface-water use in the United States.], USGS (United States Geological Survey). R == Surface-Water ==
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  • ...canopy to the bottom of groundwater aquifers. This zone includes the land surface, vegetation, the  and water bodies where a series of systems and processes ...al Research Council in 2001 and makes up the thin outer layer of Earth’s surface, extending from the top of the vegetation canopy down to groundwater. The C
    12 KB (1,295 words) - 08:53, 28 March 2017
  • {{#category_index:R|ravinement surface}} A surface that is marked by erosion such as the cutting of a ravine.
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