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On the upper part of the mass movement, rock fall material is exposed at the scarp face and is detached from the bed rock where it moves in the direction of down slope (Fig.
These were the first observations of the bed rock inclination that confirm the contemporary tectonic activity in the Sudetes region (Zelazniewicz and Aleksandrowski, 2008).
The resistance of the bed rock to breaking was estimated using the millability factor obtained by the methods of TsKTI (2) employed for rock samples from Sirgala open-cast (Table 5).
He asserted that some of the features could be younger and still in the process of being created by underwater currents which were driven by the winds and tidal streams as they flow through this area of the Red Sea, carving their way through the soft sediment and being diverted by harder bed rock.
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Radio surveys show that some of the bed rock underlying the ice streams lies well below sea level, making inland ice vulnerable to floodwaters if the shelf were to collapse.
Mismanagement of generation, distribution and bill collection are all embedded in bed rock of corruption.
The convergence of a new demand led market and the centre of gravity created by the region's bed rock of innovative manufacturing suggests that 2012 may very well be the year that the Midlands attracts increasing levels of investment.
Sponsorship is the bed rock of Sports Marketing, the commercialisation and promotion of sports events, sports teams and sports persons, which, through the pioneering efforts of Mark McCormack of IMG and Horst Dassler of ADIDAS, has become a multi-billion dollar industry around the world.
Representative governments founded on the solid bed rock of democracy would do much more to foster stability and contentment in the region.
David Montgomery of the University of Washington and a colleague used topographic data taken from laser-based measurements to determine that, if the gorges were indeed erased during each glacial episode, the rivers would then have had to erode the bed rock at a rate of 0.
The team will also study bed rock topography and sub-surface ice structure, glacial-geomorphologic landforms along the plateau.