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describe the agent of erosion and how they affect earths landforms?
Weegy: Which agent of erosion? water wind...? User: all of them (More)
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Erosion is the removal of soil or rock from the ground, hills, or mountains by water, ice, rain, wind and glaciers.
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i mean wind
Weegy: Erosion is the removal of soil or rock from the ground, hills, or mountains by water, ice, rain, wind and glaciers. (More)
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Wind is the flow of gases on a large scale.
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what is the difference between rill erosion and gully erosion?which is the most damaging.
Weegy: rill - A small intermittent watercourse with steep sides, usually only a few inches deep gully - deep ditch cut by running water (especially after a prolonged downpour) So if you are looking out across a newly plowed field as a rainstorm begins, [ the first thing you would see would be water pudling up, then starting to flow across the field downstream in sheets which would develop small pathways (rills) which would eventually develop into deeper pathways (gullies). ] (More)
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So i as there and then there then i ended here and eventually i was lost and i was somewhere else besides here. but i remember moving over there and then moved bak where i started and started the process all over agian and i was completely dumb founded
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what method of heat transfer plays the primary role in formation of an air mass?
Weegy: I'm not sure of your specific question, could you rephrase. The degree of this phenomenon depends on both air temperature and wind speed. [ The wind chill temperature (often popularly called the wind chill factor) is always lower than the air temperature for values where the wind chill formula is valid. In cases where the apparent temperature is higher than the air temperature, the heat index is used instead ] User: how does the jet stream affect the movment of air mass? Weegy: The jet streams tend to move along with the air masses as well, since jet streams basically are driven by sharp temperature gradients. [ Thus it is difficult to say whether the air mass moved because the jet stream moved, or the jet stream moved because the airmass moved. I tend to favor the latter, as cold air spreading out at the surface does not need the jet stream to move it, but it moves by it's own density. Of course jet streams are usually mid-atmospheric phenomenon, but again exist where strong temperature gradients exist. ] User: what is the coriolis effect?how does it affect air in the northern and southern hemispheres? (More)
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what is the coriolis effect?how does it affect air in the northern and southern hemispheres?
Weegy: As air moves from high to low pressure in the northern hemisphere, it is deflected to the right by the Coriolis force. [ In the southern hemisphere, air moving from high to low pressure is deflected to the left by the Coriolis force. The amount of deflection the air makes is directly related to both the speed at which the air is moving and its latitude. Therefore, slowly blowing winds will be deflected only a small amount, while stronger winds will be deflected more. Likewise, winds blowing closer to the poles will be deflected more than winds at the same speed closer to the equator. The Coriolis force is zero right at the equator. This process is further demonstrated by the movie below. ] (More)
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