Splash

Splash may refer to:

  • Splash (fluid mechanics), sudden disturbances on the surface of water
  • Splash, in erosion, is the detachment and airborne movement of small soil particles caused by the impact of raindrops on soils

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Other articles related to "splash":

Splash Pad Park - History - Phoenix
... A separate Splash Pad Park was built at the Phoenix Zoo in Arizona ... The splash pad helps the customers deal with the heat in the extremely hot summer months ... The Phoenix Zoo's splash pad park "Leapin' Lagoon" is included with your paid admission to the Phoenix Zoo ...
Splash, Too - Home Video Release
... Splash, Too was released on home video (VHS tape) in the United Kingdom (region 2, PAL format) and Australia (region 4, PAL) by Walt Disney Home Video ...
Splash Universe - External Links
... Splash Universe site Splash Universe - Dundee, MI Splash Universe - Shipshewana, IN ...
Splash Dam - Construction
... Splash dams were typically constructed of logs or boards, which formed cribs that were then filled with stones and earth ... A splash dam had to be sited on a section of the stream that allowed as large a body of water to accumulate behind the dam as possible ... The splash dam was equipped with a chute to allow water and logs to escape ...
Splash Dam - Legacy
... Splash dams operated across the United States, from about 1860 to 1930 ... shows thirteen place names in the United States containing the words "splash dam" ... with eight places, but there are also places in Kentucky, Utah, and Idaho named "Splash Dam" ...

Famous quotes containing the word splash:

    The greatest felony in the news business today is to be behind, or to miss a big story. So speed and quantity substitute for thoroughness and quality, for accuracy and context. The pressure to compete, the fear somebody else will make the splash first, creates a frenzied environment in which a blizzard of information is presented and serious questions may not be raised.
    Carl Bernstein (b. 1944)