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Bill Nye, "The Science Guy", presents a video describing the effects of weathering (wind, water, ice) on landforms. Bryce Canyon is used as an example of the ways in which freezing water, plant roots, and wind weather the earth’s surface creating the means for erosion. Students in video simulate effects of weathering which can be duplicated in a classroom setting. Nye also emphasizes the passage of time in millions of years as he explains the slower erosive effects of certain types of weathering.
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The tools of erosion are the atmosphere and the oceans. They provide the planet with weather – wind, rain, snow and ice. Weather pelts the surface of the Earth, wearing it down little by little. Rainwater flowing over the ground quickly turns brown as it takes rocks and soil along with it for the ride. As wind barrels against a cliff, tiny particles of the rock get blown away with it. Car exhaust gases fill rain clouds with acid rain, which dissolves away rocks with each falling drop.
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Erosion washes up particles if dirt, silt, mud, whatever. It makes stuff out of it, like a broom! Except brooms don’t make stuff. They clean stuff. Anyway, erosion helps make “tea pots” that we admire every day in the sea, and makes other natural apocalypses (just kidding, I meant natural views that we admire every day. I love them!) that are awesome to watch.
Earth’s Systems Erosion
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