Rocks Breaking Down
Weathering is the wearing away or change the appearance by long exposure to the air.
There are three types of weathering:
Physical- Takes place because of the climate and weather.
Limestone pillars created by waves crashing against it over time making them separated from its original all together form.
Chemical- occurs when a chemical change takes place
Acid rain and the minerals of this statue react so over time causing cavities.
Biological- when rocks are worn away by living things.
The trees roots grew within the rock causing cracks and eventually lead to it breaking apart.
The Grand Canyon was formed by erosion from this stream.
The Chalk Cliffs of Rugen, Germany were caused by erosion
The Mississippi River delta was formed by sediments going down stream and piling up.
The Akaroa Harbor was formed from deposition. The sediments formed an awkward piece of land.
Soil for NC
A representation of changing the crops out.