WHEN ERODED MATERIALS ARE LAID DOWN OR SETTLE IN NEW LOCATIONS.
DEPOSITION
THE MOVEMENT OF WEATHERED MATERIAL, OR SEDIMENT, FROM ONE LOCATION TO ANOTHER.
EROSION
AN INTERPRETATION OR EXPLANATION OF AN OBSERVATION.
INFERENCE
HAVING TINY CONNECTED AIR SPACES
PERMEABLE
ROCK MATERIAL THAT FORMS WHEN ROCKS ARE BROKEN DOWN INTO SMALLER PIECES.
SEDIMENT
WHEN THE OUTSIDE OF THE ROCK IS HEATED MORE RAPIDLY THAN THE INSIDE OF THE ROCK, THE OUTER SURFACE OF THE ROCK CAN CRACK AND FLAKE OFF IN LAYERS.
EXTREME TEMPERATURES
THE GRINDING AWAY OF ROCK OR OTHER SUAINST THEM.RFACES AS PARTICLES CARRIED BY WIND, WATER, OR ICE SCRAPE AG
ABRASION
WHEN ROCK MATERIAL OR WATER IS REMOVED FROM A BODY OF ROCK, THE RELEASE OF PRESSURE CAUSES THE UNDERLYING ROCK TO UPLIFT AND CRACK IN LAYERS.
REBOUND
AN AGENT OF CHEMICAL WEATHERING FORMED WHEN POLLUTION FROM BURNING FOSSIL FUELS (COAL, OIL, GAS) COMBINES WITH WATER VAPOR.
ACID RAIN
WHEN__________ __________ IN THE AIR COMBINES WITH WATER IT FORMS THE WEAK ACID, CARBONIC ACID, WHICH CHEMICALLY WEATHERS LIMESTONE EASILY.
CARBON DIOXIDE
WHEN __________ IS COMBINED WITH IRON IN ROCKS, RUST IS FORMED WHICH CAUSES CHEMICAL WEATHERING.
OXYGEN
A MIXTURE OF WEATHERED ROCK, DECAYED ORGANIC MATTER, WATER, AND AIR.
SOIL
____________ DISSOLVES MINERALS SLOWLY AND IS THE MOST IMPORTANT AGENT OF CHEMICAL WEATHERING.
WATER
____________ ____________ ARE AGENTS OF CHEMICAL WEATHERING BECAUSE THEY GIVE OFF WEAK ACIDS AT THEIR ROOT TIPS WHICH DISSOLVES ROCK CAUSING CHEMICAL WEATHERING.
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