"[Each] collects round-the-clock data on critical conditions that control the capability of wind to erode, transport, and deposit particles of sand and dust," Bread explains.
Gillette, an atmospheric scientist with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Air Resources Laboratory in Boulder, Colo., calculates that wind erodes about 20 million tons of U.S.
It also erodes
the customary right to trial by jury--so says Murphy's letter sent to Allan Rock, the former Canadian Minister of Health, in December 2001.
To the dismay of IT professionals charged with maintaining productive systems, application performance steadily erodes
as they struggle to keep up with network demand.
While wave action erodes
the coastline in one place, the littoral drift (current running parallel to shore) eventually deposits the sand elsewhere.
Entry to 3520 is not through its oriel screen but by an adjacent hinged metal leaf -- a stage door right under the marquee -- which further erodes
The seafloor has such an extreme incline because groundwater percolates down to the base of the continental slope and erodes
the rock there, causing collapse at the bottom.