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1 weathering the chimecal or mechanical process by which rock is slowly broken down eventually becoming soil
2 mechanical weathering the acuual breaking up or physical weakning of rock by forces such as ice and roots
3 chemical weathering the process by which the actual chemical sturcture of rock is changed usually when water and carbon dioxside cause a break down of the rock
5 acid rain rain whos high concentration of chemicals usually from industrial pollution, polluts water, kills plants and animal life and eats way stone, rocks
6 erosion the movement of weathered materials including gravel, soil, and sand. usually caused by water wind and glaciers
7 sediment particals of soil and rock carried and depoited by water wind or ice
8 loess fine grained mineral rich loam dust or slit deposted by the wind
9 glacier a big frozen rock that drags rocks, dirt or other substance
10 moraine a ridglike mass of rock gravel sand and clay carried and deposred by glaciers
Created by: pie1998