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weathering weathering is a slow ,destructive process that breaks down rocks
mechanical weathering mechanical weathering is the breaking of rock into smaller pieces ,gravity ,ice ,plant roots,or other factors.
chemical weathering chemical weathering is the changing of material in a rock
erosion erosion is the movement of materials away from one place to another
deposition deposition is the placing of materials in a new place
landslide landslides is when gravity pulls rock and dirt
volcano an opening in the earths crust
earthquake the shaking of earths surface.
flood a great flow of water over and area of dry land
tide the daily rise and falling of earths waterson its coasts
current the continuous flow of water along a curved path in the ocean
barrier islands a small island located near a coast line
inlet the opening between barrier islands
deep ocean current ocean current caused by deep water temperture or salinity
surface current current caused by wind moving over the ocean
physical propperty
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