processes that breakdown rocks in the enviorment near Earths surface
processes breaks rock into smaller pieces, does not change chemical makeup
rock breaks down because chemical reactions with the enviorment
large piles of broken rock fragments caused by temperature changes
peeling of layers
mechanism of rocks breaking or wearing down by direct actions of other rocks
of or having to do with limestone topography
change in minerals caused by chemical reactions with water
when gases are released hat react with water on clouds to form stronger acids
the process by whick earth materials move from place to place
cutting of trees from an area without replacing then
chunk of ice breaks off leavong a steep cliff of ice
unsorted pile of rock fragments collected by a glacier
irregularly shaped ice crysals, some air space between them make up snow
conversion of solid ice directley to water vapor without passing through the melting phase
groves caused by glaciers scrach softer rock uderneath as it flows
all types of glacial sediment
unsorted deposits of glacial sediment
evidence of the former presence of glaciers
acceleration of glacial flow rate
glaciers that are associated with mountains and restricted in their forms by the local topography
cover much of an entire mountain range or even a continent
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