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Topsoil The uppermost layer of soil Top Soil
The layer of soil just below the uppermost layer of soilSubsoil The layer of soil just below the uppermost layer of soil Subsoil
Unweathered rock that lies below the lowest layer of soilBedrock Unweathered rock that lies below the lowest layer of soil Bedrock
The preserved remains of a plant or animal that lived long agoFossil The preserved remains of a plant or animal that lived long ago Bedrock
A large mass of deposited sediment at the mouth of a riverDelta A large mass of deposited sediment at the mouth of a river
Weathering The slow breaking apart or wearingaway of rock into smaller pieces
The movement of weathered rock material from on place to anotherErosion The movement of weathered rock material from on place to another
Wind moving sand from a duneQuestion What is an example of erosion? Wind moving sand from a dune
Large rocks wearing downQuestion What is an example of weathering? Large rocks wearing down
How are weathering and erosion related to one another?Question How are weathering and erosion related to one another?
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