outcrop -- Any place where bedrock is visible on the surface of the Earth.
paleosol -- Soil horizon from the geologic past.
peat -- n. A deposit of partly decayed plant remains in a very wet environment; marsh or swamp deposit of plant remains containing more than 50 percent carbon.
An exposure of bedrock. Outcrops can be formed naturally or by human action. Stream erosion and highway construction can produce outcrops.
A location where water is discharged.
Outcrop Area of exposed bedrock at the Earth's surface with no overlying deposits of soil or regolith. Outer Core Outer region of the Earth's core. It is believed to be liquid nickel and iron and has a density of about 11 grams per cubic centimeter.
First, DEM data are combined with geologic maps to provide a series of points defining the outcropping surfaces of individual geological formations.
Always use bedrock when a suitable outcrop exists. Use a star drill to make a hole about 2.5 centimeters wide and 6 centimeters deep to receive the shank of the marker. Fill the hole with epoxy resin and insert the disk, with the resin slightly built up around the edge.
The geological time scale is generally constructed of periods named after particular places with specific outcrops. The first geological period of the Paleozoic era, the Cambrian, is named after the Latin name of Wales (Cambria).
" For example, certain land cover types such as grasslands are much better for pipeline location than dense forests. Similarly, gentle slopes are preferred over steeper ones and loose soils preferred over extremely rocky outcrop areas.
See also: Surface, Layer, Location, Origin, Environment