Grains of the mineral apatite preserve a record, known as a cooling age, of how fast the mountains were eroded
Thus, this paradoxical situation with the Alps that through wind, water, glaciers and rock fall, they are being constantly finely eroded
from the top but on the other hand, regenerated from the Earth's mantle.
The authors wish to develop the analytical model so that this would allow control over the eroded
surface during the milling process.
Land Rover's reputation too has been eroded
, but to a lesser extent - purely because Ford could not interchange chassis parts quite so easily with its other ranges.
Swett points to the paradoxical consequences of local cultures of radicalism which "fostered strategies that, though the intention was to reestablish neighborhood power hierarchies, served to undermine community cohesiveness and ultimately eroded
any chance for democratic stability" (p.
Hoping to speed this recovery, scientists are now dumping sediment from inland areas onto the eroded
5) Finally, Maillard and Kountakis reported the case of a 2 1/2-year-old boy with desmoid fibromatosis that involved the left antrum and ethmoid air cells and eroded
the orbital floor.
The first was that, in eroded
rings containing crumb (usually obtained from tire scrap), the crumb particles projected above the eroded
surface, as illustrated in figure 3.
Took the dust of an eroded
footprint, rolled as if thru dirt I'd see the coming forth of suns.
This price initiative was linked to badly eroded
profit margins as well as cost pressure from feedstocks.
Market share has eroded
60 basis points over the past year.
drainage flumes and repair of an eroded