Sedimentation is the process by which solid particles settle in fluids.
Sedimentation is the process of solid particles that are stirred up or suspended in a liquid, settling out of the liquid and creating a layer of sediment on the bottom of whatever the liquid is in. Sedimentation begins when the liquid (usually water) slows it’s speed and can’t carry as much.
When a river or stream that has been eroding soil, reaches a flatter area, spreads out and slows down, the particles are dropped creating mud flats and deltas. That’s just one example…
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