a slow process that breaks rocks into smaller pieces
the transport of weathered rock (moving it place to place)
rocks or gravel left by a glacier
weathering when rocks change size and shape without changing their chemical makeup; happens because of rain, flowing water, or wind
weathering that changes the minerals that make up the rocks
the bottom end of a glacier
mounds that form where glacial till builds up
debris dropped by a glacier that includes gravel, small rocks, sand and clay
when weathered (broken apart) rocks are dropped off by water or wind
thick sheets of ice that move very slowly over the land; they form when snow collects quickly and melts slowly - it keeps piling higher!
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