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Q: Which of these is not a process of chemical weathering? dissolving of limestone which makes caves cracked sidewalk rusting nail wearing away of the inscriptions on a NewYork City monument
A: Wearing away of the inscriptions on a New York City monument is not a process of chemical weathering
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User: The forming of icebergs from glaciers is called calving. True False

User: Which of these is not a process of chemical weathering? dissolving of limestone which makes caves cracked sidewalk rusting nail wearing away of the inscriptions on a NewYork City monument

Weegy: Wearing away of the inscriptions on a New York City monument is not a process of chemical weathering
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User: Sedimentation is least likely to occur: on a mountainside in a lake on a sandbar in a sand dune

Weegy: Sedimentation is least likely to occur: on a mountainside.
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User: Caves are formed from: freezing water sedimentation mechanical weathering chemical weathering

Weegy: B.sedimentation
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User: The part of a soil profile that is made up of partly weathered rock is the: bedrock subsoil regolith topsoil

Weegy: c. regolith is The part of a soil profile that is made up of partly weathered rock
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User: A river channel on a delta is: an estuary a distributary a flood plain a guyot

Weegy: 1. an estuary
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User: A feature that is not the direct result of glaciation is a(n): meander arete moraine striation

Weegy: A feature that is not the direct result of glaciation is a striation . answer is D.
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User: The greatest ocean depths found anywhere occur in ocean trenches. True False

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