10 examples of sedimentation

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Sedimentary rock forms in layers that are deposited one after the other over long periods of time. The layers are made out of sediments, meaning particles of soil, other rocks, and mineral deposits. The sediments mix with water and eventually settle on the bottom of rivers and streams and form layers. Over geologic time (thousands or hundreds. Aug 18, 2015 · What are the 10 examples of sedimentation in our daily pife? Wiki User. ∙ 2015-08-18 09:52:43. Add an answer. Want this question answered? Be notified when an answer is posted.. For example, if you want to separate pure water from a salt solution, you can use a simple distillation method. Step 1. Take a mixture of salt and water in a distillation flask. Step 2. Put a thermometer in it. Step 3. Connect the flask to a water condenser. Step 4. Keep a beaker at the outlet of the water condenser. Some examples of sedimentary rocks: Coal Limestone Dolomite Chert Flint Gypsum Rock Salt Breccia Conglomerate Shale Sandstone Organic sedimentary rocks Organic sedimentary rocks are rocks that contain greater amounts of organic life. Plants and the remains of life are much of what you would find as organic in these types of rocks. Their structural, drainage, and depositional systems generally support a pull-apart basin sedimentation model based on ancient pull-apart basin deposits. This model involves marginal coarse-grained sedimentation adjacent to master faults, axial fine-grained sedimentation away from master faults, and high sedimentation rates.