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Formation & stones

Geology Scientific study of the origin, history ans structure of earth.
Weathering The procces of breaking down rock.
Erosion The movement of sediment from one location to a other.
Deposition Depositing sediment in a new location.
Sediment Material that settels at the bottom of a liquid.
Glacier A huge mass of ice slowly flowing over a land mass, formed from compacted snow in an area where snow acumulates axceeds mealting.
Acid rain Rain containing acids that form in the atmosphere when industrial gas emissions combine with water.
Limestone A type of sedimentary rock consisting of a mineral calcium carbonate.
Gravity A force of attraction that pulls objects near its surface toward earth center
4 agents of weathering erosion and deposition 1)Water 2)Ice 3)Wind 4)Gravity
Created by: Sarahp787