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erosion 6 cole

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weathering breaks down rock and its caused by ________ forces weather
wind wears down rocks by blowing _________ them sand against
rain drops can wear away ________ rocks surface
when _____ forms in rock cracks, they may split wider ice
weathering is usually a very ______ process slow
rocks can be weathered by expanding and _________ contracting
moving air, water, and _______ can cause erosion gravity
the movement of the earths surface by the wind, water, and glaciers is ______ erosion
glaciers are located in _________ or ________ high mountains, cold areas
wind can cause dust _______ that carry away soil storms
large rocks can be dragged along by water
the crust is always _________ slowly moving
a crack or split in rock layers is ________ a fault
sometimes folding forces layers to _______ bend
some scientists believe that _________ can cause enough pressure on landmasses for folding and faulting moving magma
the type of rock found in layers is ________ rock sedimentary
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