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WEATHERINGIS THE BREAK-UP OF ROCK DUE TO EXPOSURE TO THE ATMOSPHERE.
EROSIONIS THE REMOVAL AND TRANSPORT OF EARTH MATERIALS BY NATURAL AGENTS.
MECHANICAL WEATHERINGDISINTEGRATION, TAKES PLACE WHEN ROCK IS SPLIT OR BROKEN INTO SMALLER PIECES OF THE SAME MATERIAL WITHOUT CHANGING ITS'S COMPOSITION.
CHEMICAL WEATHERINGDECOMPOSITION, TAKES PLACE WHEN THE ROCK'S MINERALS ARE CHANGED INTO DIFFERENT SUBSTANCES.
ICE WEDGING OR FROST ACTIONTHE FORCE OF FREEZING WATER IN THE CRACKS OF ROCKS.
EXFOLIATIONTHE PEELING OF SURFACE LAYERS.
HYDROLYSISTHE CHEMICAL REACTIION OF WATER WITH OTHER SUBSTANCES.
OXIDATIONCHEMICAL REACTION OF OXYGEN WITH OTHER SUBSTANCES.
CARBONIC ACIDWHEN CARBON DIOXIDE DISSOLVES EASILY IN WATER, WHEN IT DOES IT FORMES A WEAK ACID.
SOILLOOSE, WEATHERED ROCK AND ORGANIC MATERIAL IN WHICH PLANTS WITH ROOTS CAN GROW.
PARENT MATERIALMATERIAL FROM WHICH A SOIL IS FORMED.
RESIDUAL SOILSOIL THAT HAS BEDROCK AS ITS PARENT MATERIAL.
TRANSPORTED SOILSDEPOSITS LEFT BY WINDS, RIVERS, AND GLACIERS HAVE COVERED OVER THE BEDROCK.
SOIL PROFILETHE CROSS SECTION OF EARTH EXPOSED BY THE DIGGING.
TOPSOILA-HORIZON,COLOR IS GENERALLY GRAY TO BLACK, TENDS TO BE DARKER BECAUSE IT HAS ORGANIC MATERIAL.
SUBSOILB-HORIZON,CONTAINS MAORE CLAY.
MASS MOVEMENTMOVEMENTS OF LOOSE EARTH MATERIAL DOWN A SLOPE.
CREEPA SLOW, IMPERCEPTIBLE DOWNSLOPE MOVEMENT OF THE SOIL.
LANDSLIDESUDDEN MOVEMENT OF A MASS OF BEDROCK OR LOOSE ROCK DOWN THE SLOPE OF A HILL, MOUNTAIN, OR CLIFF.
MUDFLOWRAPID MOVEMENT OF A WATER-SATURATED MASS OF CLAY AND SILT
SOIL EROSIONTHE REMOVAL OF TOPSOIL BY THE ACTION OF RUNNING WATER OR WIND.

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