A confluence is the point at which two streams flowing from different directions unite. This photo shows a confluence of two streams, approximately equal in size and width, draining the basement complex in north-central Nigeria.
A deeper look at the appearance of various phyla in the geologic column
The Geoscience Research Institute partially funded a recently published article modeling erosion rates…
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