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Which of the following weathering processes involves the constant freezing and thawing of water? A. unloading B. exfoliation C. frost wedging D. spheroidal weathering

Jessie Thompson

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Jennifer Patterson on January 5, 2018

Weathering processes involvess the Constant Freezing and Thawing of the Water - Option C Frost wedging is a type of mechanical weathering created through the frost and of the iceberg. The water expands as it freezes, and reiterated series of cooling and melting gradually reduce the fundamental probity of acceptable and fractured rocks. Over time, frost wedging increases small jumps to big holes. The holes ultimately splits the rock completely in pieces.Frost wedging is a gradual cyclical process of water freezing. Throughout the day, the fluid is water heated by the sun flows in small holes, cracks and spaces of ranges in the rock.

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