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science chapter 3.1

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sediment consists of small particles of rock or soil,or the remains of plants
deposition process of which sediment is laid down in new locations
weathering,erosion & deposition act togther in a cycle that wears down and builds up earths surface weathering,erosion & deposition act togther in a cycle that wears down and builds up earths surface
physical weathering the type of weathering in which rock is physically broken down into smaller pieces
chemical weathering the process that breaks down rock through chemical changes
abrasion the grinding away of rock by rock by other rock particls, carried in water, ice or wind.
frost wedging Process that splits rock when water seeps into cracks, then freezes and expands.
the agents of chemical weathering include water, oxygen, carbon dioxide, living organisms, and acid rain. the agents of chemical weathering include water, oxygen, carbon dioxide, living organisms, and acid rain.
The natural agents of physical weathering include freezing and thawing, release of pressure, plant growth, actions of animals, and also abrasions. The natural agents of physical weathering include freezing and thawing, release of pressure, plant growth, actions of animals, and also abrasions.
oxidation a chemical change in which a substance combines with oxygen, as when iron oxidizes, forming rust.
The most important factors that determine the rate at which weathering occurs are the type of rock and the climate. The most important factors that determine the rate at which weathering occurs are the type of rock and the climate.
permeable charastic of a material that contains connected air spaces, or pores, that water can seep throguh easily.
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