Corrasion

Cor·ra'sion noun [ See Corrade .] (Geol.) The erosion of the bed of a stream by running water, principally by attrition of the detritus carried along by the stream, but also by the solvent action of the water.
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Corrasion

• (n.) The erosion of the bed of a stream by running water, principally by attrition of the detritus carried along by the stream, but also by the solvent action of the water.
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corrasion

The wearing away of bedrock or loose sediment by mechanical action of moving agents, especially water. i.e. corrosion and abrasion
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corrasion

Grinding away of solid rock surfaces by particles carried by water, ice, and wind. It is generally held to be the most significant form of erosion in rivers. As the eroding particles are carried along they are eroded themselves (becoming rounder and smaller) due to the process of attrition
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Corrasion

Corrasion is a geomorphological term for the process of mechanical erosion of the earth`s surface caused when materials are transported across it by running water, waves, glaciers, wind or gravitational movement downslope. An example is the wearing away of rock on a river or seabed by the impact or grinding action of particles moving with the wat....
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