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weathering,erosion, deposition

what is weathering breaking down of rocks and sediments
what is erosion the movement or carrying of sediments
what is deposition the laying down or dropping of sediments
what are the four factors of erosion ice, wind, water, gravity
what is the greatest agent of erosion water
what are the 2 ways rocks can be weathered chemical and mechanical
root pry is an example of mechanical weathering
ice wedging is an example of mechanical weathering
how can you prevent soil erosion by wind or water the planting of trees and grasses; the use of wind barriers
acid precipitation is an example of chemical weathering
abrasion is the scraping or grinding away of rock by other rock sediment
abrasion can happen with wind or water
mechanical weathering is when rocks are broken by a physical process
chemical weathering is when chemical reactions dissolve minerals
hurricanes bring what type of erosion wind and water
what can effect runoff time, amount, gravity
ice wedging is water freezing and expanding inside cracks
Created by: Genashorb