The process in which something gets larger
The "carrying away" of materials which slowly changes the shape of the land; ultimately it will be deposited somewhere else
The mixing and forming of a solution with another substance
Chemical and physical changes in rock that cause its surface to break down into small pieces
To move or come forth freely.
Rock and soil carried by erosion to another location
Rocks formed by sediments compacted and pressed together
Remains or traces of a plant or animal that lived millions of years ago.
A resource that we will not run out of or that can be replaced in our lifetime
A resource that cannot be replaced once it is used up or that would take at least 200 years to replace.
A resource that cannot be used up
Source of energy that formed from the remains of plants and animals buried deep in the earth. Examples: coal, natural gas, and petroleum are fossil fuels