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geo 5th

geo 5th period

TermDefinition
weathering the chemical or maniacal rock is gradually broken down eventually region hanical process by wich
mechanical weathering the actual breaking up or physical weakening of rock by force such as ice and roots
chemical weathering the proccess by wich the actual chemical sturcutuer of rock is changed usually when water and carbon dioxide cause a brake downof the rock
acid rain rain whose high concentration of chemicals
sediment particles of soil and rock carried and deposited by water or ice
loess fine grained mineral rich loam dust or silt deposed bye the wind
glacier a huge slow moving mass of snow and ice
moraine a ridge like mass of rock gravel sand and clay carried and deposited by a glacier
ersion the movement of weathering materials including gravel soil and usually caused by water wind and glaciers
Created by: brandondennis