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Entrainment (physical geography)

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In physical geography, entrainment is the process by which surface sediment is incorporated into a fluid flow (such as air, water or even ice) as part of the operation of erosion.[1]


  1. ^ Thomas,D.S.G. and Goudie, A. (Eds.), The Dictionary of Physical Geography (3rd edition), Blackwell Publishers, Great Britain, 2000