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We begin with a mountain that goes through chemical weathering between rain and the rock grains.
As wind hits the mountain, bits of sediment fall off. This is an example of Physical weathering.
rock breaks up quickly when water hits it(Rain). Freezing water can create weathering that is called frost wedging.
fresh water from streams on the mountain move the sediment around.
As the wind and water erodes the rock, the sediment moves which creates the sandy beaches we sit on.
debris flows carry large masses of mud, water, and clay down the mountain. As this moves, sediment is carried with it.
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