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special lines of latitude

north pole 90 degrees N
arctic circle 66 1/2 degrees N
tropic of cancer 23 1/2 degrees N
equator 0 degrees latitude
tropic of capricorn 23 1/2 degrees S
antarctic circle 66 1/2 degrees S
south pole 90 degrees S
prime meridian 0 degrees longitude
weathing is the breaking down or dissolving of rocks and minerals on Earths surface. Water, ice, acids, salt, plants, animals, and changes in temperature are all agents of weathering
sediment a small pieces of rock produced by weathering
loess wind-blown silt and clay sediment that produces very fertile soil
glacier a large ,long-lasting mass of ice that move because of gravity
glacition the change of landforms by slowly moving glaciers
moriane a ridge or hill of rock carried and finally deposited by glacier
humus a organic material in soil
mechanical weathering natural processes that break rock ito smaller pieces
chemical weathering the erosion or disintegration of rocks, building materials, etc., caused by chemical reactions
erosion the process by which rock or soil is gradually destroyed by wind, rain, or the sea
delta an area of low land where a river spreads into many smaller rivers near the sea
Created by: jaya1a2