Chemical- acid rain
Mechanical- glacier moving
Chemical - Acid rain
Mechanical - Frost Wedging
Biological - Weeds in a crack in a rock
Wind which is a mechanical weathering of rocks and soil
There is chemical (ex: acid rain), Biological (ex: plants) and Mechanical (ex: waves).
The three types of erosion are Mechanical weathering, Chemical weathering, and Biological weathering. Mechanical weathering: Rock slide. Chemical weathering: Acid rain. Biological weathering: Trees and Plants.
chemical- acid rain
The 3 types of erosions are mechanical, chemical, and biological.mechanical ex. rock slides, biological ex plants and chemical ex acid rain.
chemical weathering- acid rain
biological weathering- living organisms/plants and animals
mechanical weathering- rock slide
Biological weathering-When plant or weed grow through a sidewalk.
Chemical weathering-acid rain
Mechanical weathering-When waves move the sediment under the water
Mechanical frost wedging
chemical acid rain
Biological Weathering - a plant growing into a rock and physically breaking it apart
Chemical Weathering - a plant's root exerting chemicals that break down the rock
Mechanical Weathering - water flowing over rocks and over time breaking down the rock
plants break up the rocks and soil with their roots - biological
glaciers move the rocks forward with itself- mechanical
acid rain the rain can be a little acidic and it can work away at the rocks - chemical
Biological weathering:Game trails
An example of biological weathering is when a tree grows in the fractures of a rock and over time it will break, Mechanical weathering example is when a glacier breaks, Chemical weathering example woul be Rusting.
Biological, Chemical and Mechanical.
Biological is living organisms that cause erosion, like plants...
Chemical is a chemical substance that causes erosion, like acid rain
Mechanical is non-living organisms that cause erosion, like rockslides
mechanical frost wedging.
biological plants in a crack in a rock.
chemical acid rain.
mechanical- using work to do erosion ex. glacier
biological- plant erosion
chemical- ex. acid rain
1. Water erosion- The grand canyon
2. Wind erosion- the sphinx in egypt
3. Soil erosion- farm lands
biological mechanical and chemical erosion Frank slide mechanical
plants are biological
Acid rain chemical
the move ment of rocks
Mechanical weathering is physical and weathering exp rock slide
Biological weathering plants worms bugs
chemical weathering exp acid rain
There are 3 different erosion's and a earth quack would be a mechanical erosion a tree would be a biological erosion and frost wedging would be a chemical erosion so there is # different ways of erosion
biological - plants alive.
mechanical - avalanche
chemical - acid rain
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