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A body of permeable rock that can contain or transmit groundwater.
An area or ridge of land that separates waters flowing to different rivers, basins, or seas.
Cover or submerge a place or area with water.
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The presence in or introduction into the environment of a substance or thing that has harmful or poisonous effects.
A cavity in the ground, especially in limestone bedrock, caused by water erosion and providing a route for surface water to disappear underground.
A long high sea wave caused by an earthquake, submarine landslide, or other disturbance.
The sliding down of a mass of earth or rock from a mountain or cliff.
A geohazard is a geological state that may lead to widespread damage or risk.
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A loose granular substance, typically pale yellowish brown, resulting from the erosion of siliceous and other rocks and forming a major constituent of beaches, riverbeds, the seabed, and deserts.
Diminish or destroy the value or quality of.
The process of eroding or being eroded by wind, water, or other natural agents.
A measure of acidity or alkalinity of water soluble substances pH stands for 'potential of Hydrogen'.
Water held underground in the soil or in pores and crevices in rock.
Acid precipitation in Science. acid precipitation. Any form of precipitation, including rain, snow, hail, fog, or dew, that is high in acid pollutants, especially sulfuric and nitric acid.
The erosion or disintegration of rocks, building materials, etc., caused by chemical reactions chiefly with water and substances dissolved in it rather than by mechanical processes.
Frost wedging is a form of physical weathering that involves the repeated freezing and thawing of water in areas with extremely cold weather.
Physical weathering is a term used in science that refers to the geological process of rocks breaking apart without changing their chemical composition.
Wear away or change the appearance or texture of something by long exposure to the air.