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How do glaciers cause weathering?

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How do glaciers cause weathering?

Weathering Away:

All rocks on Earth are constantly under attack from the forces of nature. Wind, rain, and acidity can eat away at even the greatest mountain, a process known as weathering.

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Glaciers cause weathering to the mountains they form on due to the fact that glaciers move. They move far too slowly for humans to be able to see the...

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Glacial Erosion: Definition, Processes & Features

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