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Landforms Weathering Weathering II Erosion Water Cycle
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The earth's surface is constantly View Answer
Natural processes to the land usually occur over a View Answer
Landforms are made up of View Answer
The two most important natural forces are View Answer
When rock is broken down into smaller pieces it is called View Answer
When rocks are physically broken down into smaller pieces by wind, water, ice or heat this is called View Answer
The common product of mechanical weathering is View Answer
When rocks are broken down by removing or altering elements that make up the minerals this is called View Answer
The most common form of chemical wheatering is from ? in the air View Answer
When carbon dioxide combines with rain a chemical change occurs they form View Answer
Weak acid, from carbon dioxide and rain, dissolves what land formation? View Answer
The end result of chemically weathered rock is View Answer
This type of weathering is caused by living organism View Answer
Biological weathering can occur by what two types of weathering? View Answer
Erosion is the movement of soil or rock by what three factors? View Answer
Erosion is the breaking down....true or false? View Answer
Small fragments of rock and soil are called View Answer
What helps control erosion? View Answer
What is the most destructive force on earth? View Answer
Rain, ice, snow or dew falls to the earth, this is called View Answer
The process that changes liquid water to water vapor is called View Answer
This changes water, from water vapor (gas) to liquid water. View Answer
The water cycle consists of three parts...name themScoreboard
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