A slow process that breaks rock into smaller pieces.
The transport of weathered rocks
Rocks changing their size and shape without changing their chemical makeup, living things may also cause this like roots causing rocks to break
Changes the minerals that make up rocks. Oxygen, acids, and carbon dioxide all cause this. They change minerals into new substances.
The dropping off of weathered rock. By water builds up deltas, riverbankds and beaches. By wind forms sand dunes and deserts.
Thick sheets of ice that creep over the land.
Where glaciers erode land and also deposit land. They melt and leave behand the rocks they carried.
Where the glacier drops bits of gravel, sand, soil and clay at its downhill end
Mounds that are formed from materials picked up by glaciers