Science Project Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition With Laws

Science Project Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition With Laws
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  • How Calvert Cliffs Were Formed
  • I'm Timmy!
  • How were the cliffs formed?
  • Weathering
  •  “I’m done with getting pushed around guys I’m going to give the water a piece of my mind and I’ll see what I can do about those roots also.”
  • Erosion
  • "I’m done with you pushing us around all the time I’m done with you and those roots pushing us down.”
  • Get Him
  • The Calvert Cliffs have formed by erosion millions and thousands of years ago. Wind and waves weathered the bays western shore making the cliffs. Later depositing rocks to new places lets see how this process happens.
  • Deposition
  • “You got us freed from the cliffs onto the beautiful sandy warm weather beach.!"
  • Let's go explore!
  • "What a beautiful island."
  • Roots are weathering the rocks/dirt. Then, eroding the dirt away to the bay. the weathering process happens in some ways one roots and two ice there are more too. this type that goes on in the Calvert Cliffs this is a physical weathering process. Timmy was a little red, brown, and yellow sedimentary rock that was getting pushed around by the water until he finally was done with it. Timmy went down the cliffs to give the water a piece of his mind.
  • After Deposition
  • The agent of erosion that is eroding the rocks into the water is mainly water. Water is a common agent of erosion that happens to erode things or places. Timmy and his friends after years of living on the Cliffs are now getting deposited by the water. The eroded rocks are moving towards a small island or piece of land.
  • What Will Happen To It?
  • Deposition is the process where after erosion the rocks and dirt move towards the water or move towards something that can deposit them to a new location. My example of this is water moving the rocks towards an island and then regretting yelling at the water to stop messing with them and eroding them. The rocks slowly, but surely move on to the island being to cramped in space they later…
  • "HAHAHA You're stuck FOREVER!"
  • "Why are they enjoying being stuck on an island."
  •  “Were free from the cliffs Horray, Horray!"
  • One law that Calvert Cliffs has is the law of superposition where basically it is when the oldest layers are at the bottom and the youngest layers of rock or sediment are at the top. The person who discovered this law was Nicholas Steno in the 17th century by the Danish scientist himself. Another law for the Calvert Cliffs is The Law of Original Horizontally where sedimentary rock layers will be deposited in horizontal layers. This law was discovered by the same guy Nicholas Steno in the seventeenth century.
  • "What about the theories and laws?"
  • In the future, I think that Calvert Cliffs will still look how it does today. Although I think that it will either be eroded a lot or have new layers of dirt piling on top of it. I hope in the future that this piece of land will be built up by new layers of sediment and rock.
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