Definitions for "erosion"
Keywords:  erode, loosen, wear, wind, glaciers
The act or operation of eroding or eating away.
The state of being eaten away; corrosion; canker.
The wearing away of the earth's surface by any natural process. The chief agent of erosion is running water; minor agents are glaciers, the wind, and waves breaking against the coast.
A superficial denudation of the skin involving only the epidermis
Loss of epidermis with the basal layer remaining intact. Often occur when intraepidermal vesicles and bullae rupture. Healing occurs without scar formation.
a focal loss of epidermis that heals without scarring
a gradual reduction or lessening as if by an erosive force; as, erosion of political support due to scandal; erosion of buying power by inflation.
a gradual decline of something; "after the accounting scandal there was an erosion of confidence in the auditors"
The gradual and imperceptible washing away of the land by natural causes.
Erosion: Removal of material from a surface due to mechanical interaction between that surface and a fluid, a multi-component fluid, impinging liquid or solid particles. Erosion can be combated effectively via the application of a wide range of thermally sprayed coatings.
Removal of material from a surface caused by the flow of particles within a liquid or gas.
An erosion is an eating away of a surface. ("Erodere" in Latin means to eat out.) See the entire definition of Erosion
a dissolution of tooth due to an unknown reason
Unwanted reduction in operating value of components due to the effect of mechanical, chemical, thermal and/or electrical energies.
The unwanted reduction in the operating surface of components due to the effects of mechanical, chemical, thermal and/or electrical energy.
Keywords:  geomorphology
erosional (geomorphology)
a superficial ulcer
A shallow ulcer in the esophagus limited to the mucosa.
Keywords:  escherichia, estuaries, coli
Escherichia coli Estuaries
When an innovation or technological breakthrough reduces the value of one or more of a companys existing assets.
An innovation that has a negative impact on one or more of a firm's existing assets.
damage to the cornea that extends only through the epithelium, but leaves the stroma intact
a community of all living organisms in an area along with all abiotic factors (nonliving environment) with which they interact
A morphological process in which for each pixel in the source image, if any pixel in that neighborhood is not active (i.e., has a zero value), the corresponding result pixel in the target image will not be active. This process is used to clean up small bright spots or spikes in a binary image.
Keywords:  fissure, wider, lesion, depressed, deep
A depressed skin lesion that is wider than a fissure but not as deep.
In this document refers to accelerated erosion due to plantation operations. These guidelines aim at minimising any acceleration of natural erosion.
A dynamic substrate depends on peaks and valleys to keep the sand from equalizing throughout the display.
Keywords:  deterioration, land, period, over, time
The deterioration of land over a period of time.
Erosion Let A denote a binary image and B denote a structuring element.
The thinning of the vertical strokes in letter forms that results from characteristics of the output device.
Moving material from one place to another.
physical removal of material from one place to another
Keywords:  firm, cash, flow, customers, project
Cash-flow amount transferred to a new project from customers and sales of other products of the firm.