A term used to describe unconsolidated sediments composed of rock fragments These rock fragments have a size that is greater than 2 millimeters
A naturally occurring mixture of coarse mineral particles larger than sand and smaller than 75 mm diameter
Gravel consists of very small stones. It is often used to make paths. a gravel path leading to the front door. small stones, used to make a surface for paths, roads etc (grave ). Aggregate of more or less rounded rock fragments coarser than sand (i.e., more than 0.08 in., or 2 mm, in diameter). Gravel beds in some places contain heavy metallic ore minerals, such as cassiterite (a major source of tin), or native metals, such as gold, in nuggets or flakes. Deposits accumulate in parts of stream channels or on beaches where the water moves too rapidly to permit sand to remain. Because of changing conditions, gravel formations generally are more limited and more variable in coarseness, thickness, and configuration than sand or clay deposits. In many regions gravel terraces (or raised beaches) extend great distances inland, indicating that the sea at one time stood higher than it does today. Gravels are widely used building materials
All sedimentary particles larger than two millimeters is called gravel Gravel is subdivided into pebbles, cobbles, and boulders
Soil particles (%w) larger than course sand (>2000 μm; 2mm) which do not hold soil water by matrix tension and do not conduct water movement
a coarse mixture of sand with pebbles and cobbles, laid down by rivers, with pebbles and cobbles derived from the erosion of rocks upstream in the catchment area of the river Diamondiferous gravel contains diamonds derived from the erosion of other diamond-bearing rocks upstream
cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations; "Mosquitoes buzzing in my ear really bothers me"; "It irritates me that she never closes the door after she leaves"
To run (as a ship) upon the gravel or beach; to run aground; to cause to stick fast in gravel or sand
Small stones and pebbles often deposited and moved as a river changes its course, its level or its rate of flow
-The amount (visual abundance estimate) of gravel-sized (>2 mm) materials that occur on the surface and in the A1 horizon and include hard (when moist), coarse fragments and segregations of pedogenic origin
A chamber, with a roof covered by a deep pile of gravel, within which nuclear warheads may be maintained; in the event of a (non-nuclear) explosion, the roof is weakened and the gravel falls and prevents the escape of nuclear material
The small diameter sand or gravel that is place din the annular space between the well screen and the well bore that prohibits the water sand granules from entering the well screen and being produced by the pump
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