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FC: Erosion And Weathering By: Brandon Suzelis

1: EROSION | Erosion is the wearing away of materials and depositing them elsewhere.

2: Oxidation | Oxidation: the chemical weathering through oxygen. | This was taken at the lower falls. This was taken at the upper falls.

3: ROOT ACTION! These were taken in the lower falls | Root Action is when roots make their way into cracks in a rock, then growing, and causing the cracks to widen, breaking the rocks, it is also Physical Weathering.

4: FROST ACTION Frost Action is when water gets into cracks in an object and freezing, causing the cracks to expand. It is physical weathering. | This was taken at the upper falls. This was taken at the lower falls.

5: Weathering | Oxidation is an example chemical weathering. This picture was taken by the lower falls. | These were taken at the upper falls Carbonic Acid is an example chemical weathering. This picture was taken by the lower falls.

6: Oxidation is an example chemical weathering. This picture was taken by the lower falls. | Carbonic Acid is an example chemical weathering. This picture was taken by the lower falls.

7: Carbonic Acid is an example chemical weathering. This picture was taken by the lower falls. | Oxidation is an example chemical weathering. This picture was taken by the lower falls.

8: Yes,it is sad, but that is me. I enjoy messing around with computers, even though I crashed one of them. I also like gaming. Legos are fun pass-times for me.

9: THE END

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