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Weathering is the breaking down of rocks, soil and their minerals through direct ... the Earth's surface by removing loose, fine-grained particles, called 'deflation'.

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The agents of erosion are wind, water, ice and gravity. Erosion is responsible for moving material from one place to another place. Weathering is the breaking or ...

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Apr 6, 2011 ... is a mixture of weathered rock, organic matter, water, and air that supports ... is the wearing away and removal of rock or sediment. ... deflation ...

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As the surrounding less resistant rocks were worn away, the resistant center .... ways friction can be reduced along a slope: wildfires, removal of vegetation, ..... As they are removed, the ground surface gets lower and rockier, causing deflation.

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This can cause the object being hit with particles to become smooth or worn. This type of wind ... In deserts, wind abrasion shapes the rocks and boulders. In areas ... Deflation is the removal of loose sediment from the flat land surface by wind.

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Aug 29, 2017 ... erosion: Erosion, physical process in which soil, rock, and other surface ... This action erodes material by deflation—the removal of small loose ...

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Physical processes that break rock apart without changing its chemical makeup; can be ... Removal of minerals that have been dissolved in water. ... sediments, removes small particles, and leaves coarser sediments behind, Deflation ... Process in which surface materials are worn away and transported from one place to ...

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It begins with the disintegration of the rock, and includes the removal of the disintegrated .... resistant debris, which must be carried across the basin or worn down in transit. .... deflation and sheetwash wherever it is exposed, and is cut away by.

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Standard anaglyphic 3D glasses are worn with the red lens over the left eye. ..... deflation—the removal of particles of rock, sand, soil or dust, by the wind, often ...