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Cubangbang #94317

Cubangbang's Weathering & Erosion Stack #94317

is the breaking up of rocks by water, ice, chemicals, plants and changing temperature Weathering
three types of weathering physical or mechanical weathering chemical weathering biological weathering
type that breaks rocks into pieces Physical or mechanical weathering
Ice is the major force in this type of weathering Physical or mechanical weathering
type that is caused by action of water Chemical Weathering
This type of weathering affects the minerals within the rocks Chemical Weathering
The main product of weathering is soil
type that is the breakdown of rock caused by the action of living organisms, including plants, burrowing animals, and lichens Biological weathering
a combination of fungus and algae, living together in a symbiotic relationship lichen
the process by which weathered rock and soil are moved from one place to another Erosion
carves the Earth's surface creating canyons, gorges, and even beaches Erosion
five agents of erosion: gravity, water, running water, wind, glaciers, waves
is the process by which sediments (small particles of rock) are laid down in new locations Deposition
Small particles of rock sediment
Created by: jcubangbang