Professor Igneous Rock Cycle adventures
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Weathering is a process in which water, ice and other agents break down rocks!
I will demonstrate weathering!
Rain starts, one of the multiple causes of weathering. This causes professor igneous to get weathered and shrink from his original size. Of course this process happens throughout years!
As you can see the rain has changed my shape by weathering
Weathering/Erosion has caused me to reduce to sediment. Examples of sediment are sand & silt.
50 Years later -- Other factors including rain have changed Professor igneous's shape even further . He faced water, ice and even glaciers before he got to this stage!
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