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erosion

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Rocks Rocks are made of many different minerals.
Minerals Minerals are solid minerals that never lived.
Igneous rocks Igneous rocks are volcano magma.
Weathering Weathering is the breakdown of rocks over time.
Buried Buried rocks can stay the same for year, but rocks exposed to wind and water weather away.
Mechanical Weathering Mechanical Weathering is wind, water, ice or heat break rocks down.
Silt Silt is a very finely-round rock that is formed.
Erosion Erosion is the movement of soil or rock by water, ice, or soil. The whole rocks move and go elsewhere.
Created by: wouga03