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Rock features such as the sculpted pinnacles seen in Bryce Canyon National Park are the result of A. exfoliation. B. differential weathering. C. chemical weathering. D. uploading.
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Rock features such as the sculpted pinnacles seen in Bryce Canyon National Park are the result of A. exfoliation. B. differential weathering. C. chemical weathering. D. uploading.
Weegy: Answer is B. differential weathering. User: What is humus in earth science User: Is air a component of soil? Weegy: Soil is made up of an extensive variety of substances, minerals, and rocks. These substances can be categorized into four main groups. These groups are organic materials, inorganic materials, air, and water. User: What happens to granite and marble exposed to an area with hot and humid climate Weegy: Marble and granite in a hot and humid climate could possibly end up with the salts drawn out of them to their surface over a long period of time. (More)
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The factor that has the greatest effect on soil formation is A.climate B.parent material C.time D.slope orientation
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The factor that has the greatest effect on soil formation is A.climate.

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The rate of soil erosion depends on
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The rate of soil erosion depends on climate, slope steepness and the type of vegetation.
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Organic matter consists of decomposing plant and animal materials and microbes that come from a variety of sources. It is used by gardeners and farmers, who mix it into the soil where they grow plants, because it contains important nutrients. Additionally, adding organic matter to the soil improves the soil structure, minimizes soil erosion from winds and retains moisture.

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