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The Situation Of The Waterfall Forms
- Jul 09, 2017 -

     In some cases, the position of the waterfall is dissipated upstream by the water from the cliff or steep ridge, while in other cases the erosion tends to be deep downward and cuts across the entire reach of the waterfall. Over time, any one or two of these factors are in effect, and the inevitable trend of the river is to destroy any waterfall that may be formed. The energy of the river will eventually build a relatively smooth, concave-oriented longitudinal profile. Even when the gravel of the river erosion tool does not exist, the energy that can be used to erode the base of the waterfall is also very large. One of the characteristics associated with any waterfall of any size, also related to flow and height, is the presence of a falling pool, which is a basin dug out in the channel below the drop. In some cases, the depth of the plunge may approximate the height of the steep cliffs that cause the waterfall. The plunge pool eventually caused the collapse of the cliffs and the waterfall to recede. The cliff, which caused the drop, will continue to collapse under the powerful impact of the water, causing the waterfall to retreat upstream and lower its altitude, eventually leading to the disappearance of the waterfall.Waterfall
    The formation of a waterfall can be thought of as simple as a river that turns over a cliff and forms a waterfall. In fact, there are three main types of waterfalls: one is like the Niagara Falls, it is the Niagara River turned over dolomite rock wall, straight into a large pool below, tumbling flow of water to soak the shale, Amoy empty dolomite caves, a block of dolomite caved in, making the cliff forever steep. Another waterfall was formed in ancient times when a large molten rock was squeezed from underneath. Over time, slowly the rocks hardened, and later formed a wall in the river. This is how China's Yellowstone Falls are formed.Waterfall
    From the time scale of the river, the waterfall is a transient phenomenon that will eventually disappear. The erosion rate depends on the drop of a known waterfall, the amount of water, the type and structure of the rock, and other factors.Waterfall