The Process of Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition

The Process of Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition
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  • Hi, I'm   Bob Stone, You can call me Bob.
  • I am moving. This home and scenery needs a change. Care to join me?
  • OH NO, I'M FALLING!!!!!!
  • oOOOOoooooOO look! Mini Me's.
  • Thank god, i'm ok!
  • Mew
  • Hi
  • Hey
  • Mr. Stone is on a mountain. He is currently moving, but not like us. The process of weathering, erosion, and deposition are moving him. 
  • Wow. Look at all that water.
  • Gravity and wind push Mr. Stone off of the mountain.  This leads to him falling and braking when he reaches the bottom. 
  • After Mr. Stone falls, he ends up in a river. This causes him to weather and break up into smaller rocks. These rocks are then eroded and move with the water
  • Ahhhhhh, welcome to our new home.
  • The small rocks made by Mr. Stone are farther eroded into a delta. This delta transports these rocks to the ocean where they will keep on moving for many years until they reach a shore.
  • Mr. Stones creations are finally deposited when a rainstorm hits the shore. This makes the waves bigger, meaning that it floods. Houses in the near areas receive ocean water, but nothing too severe.
  • The water has evaporated and the now grains of sand of Mr.Stone lay in the backyard of the Evans family beach house. This sand will stay here for a while, but with the earth processes, nothing stays in one place forever.
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