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The effects of creep
Creep causes a fence to separate.
Creep causes walkway to fracture.
Creep causes a fence to lean down slope
Curved tree trunks caused by creep.
Creep causes concrete slabs to buckle.
Beginning area of a mudflow
Mudflow in Italy
Mudflow cars and houses.
Mudflow of Mt. St. Helens.
House filled with mud.
Rock slide (Alberta, Canada)
Small rock slide
Broken and weathered rock
Rock slide prevention netting
Rotational movement of slump blocks
Slump monitoring instruments
Slump and scar of soil
Slump behind house
Oxidation in the Grand Canyon
Oxidized and dissolved rock (Bryce Canyon, Utah)
Oxidized rock of a weathered fault (Bryce Canyon, Utah)
Limestone of the Grand Canyon
Plant wedging (physical weathering)
Exfoliation dome of Stone Mountain
ripple marks (sedimentary feature)
AGATE ARTIFICALLY COLORED
Lithified mudcracks ( Precambrian age)
former stream channel
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