Evorsion | Article about Evorsion by The Free Dictionary
The process of pothole formation in riverbeds; plays an important role in denudation.
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erosion caused by vortices and eddies formed by falling streams of water, leading to the formation of potholes.
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The cave itself has developed in a small body of crystalline metamorphic limestone, and was partly formed by flowing water, as witnessed by numerous evorsion
shapes on the ceiling (Kunsky, 1930; Prosova, 1950).
The relief created by the Poozerian glacier is complicated by numerous negative depressions formed as a result of exaration, evorsion
, subglacial erosion, and glaciokarst processes.
, along with active erosion by meltwaters and accumulation of glacigenic sediments, continued in the so-called Poznan Phase (about 17 000-18 000 BP).