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1. Solid rock is broken down by weathering.
2. The weathering could split the rock off.
3. The effects of weathering can be simulated in the laboratory.
4. Mechanical weathering is rapid in cold desert regions.
5. The more the continents are exposed to weathering, the more carbon dioxide is drawn down from the atmosphere.
6. Now stained with bird droppings and weathering, it shows a pair of intertwined and horribly mutated lovers.
7. Rates of weathering are potentially highest where temperatures are high and rainfall is abundant.
8. A new environmental cabinet permits simulation of weathering in a wide range of environments.
9. Weathering is a general term for all the processes that can break up rocks.
10. Weathering Bone lying out on the surface of the ground is subject to a number of processes.
11. Vertical differentiation in mineralogy in weathering profiles may also reflect the stage-by-stage alteration of primary rock minerals.
12. Chemical weathering is of the greatest importance in producing fine material, as clay minerals are formed by this process.
13. We therefore have to consider the kinetics of weathering by examining those factors which affect the late of chemical reactions.
14. Phases of weathering, drying and deflation would lead to a steady deepening of the hollow.
15. The rather specific environmental requirements of salt weathering mean that its action is spatially highly variable.
16. Carbonation plays a particularly important role in the weathering of calcareous rocks.
17. After 48-55 months of weathering, the bones of the skull and mandible were still little altered.
18. A number of geomorphic studies have focused on weathering profiles developed on granite under humid tropical and subtropical climates.
19. The soil is depleted first by having crops grown in it and second by natural weathering and bacterial action.
20. The relative importance may change, as can be seen in the increasing importance of mechanical weathering in cold and dry climates.
21. It will also pay to evaluate how the material is coping with weathering and wear from traffic.
22. The pattern of light and dark areas represents variation in rock type and surface weathering in this arid region.
23. Older craters on the Earth have been erased by weathering and by geological activity.
24. Still, Tomkins earnings likely will demonstrate the durability of the company to weathering downturns in specific markets.
25. A few minutes later she parted from him and, weathering a few pleasant glances, went back to her office.
26. The importance of thermal expansion, the third mechanism of salt weathering, has yet to be fully evaluated.
27. The little cups occupied by the polyps in life have been exposed by the weathering.
28. Some minerals seem to survive more or less unaltered even after being subject to prolonged weathering, whereas others decompose very rapidly.sentencedict.com
29. Nevertheless, it is appropriate to consider here those components of karst topography that owe much of their origin to weathering processes.
30. But I can see he's the worse for wear, the weathering the worker wreaks on himself.
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