Geology Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: sediment : loose fragments of rocks, minerals, crystals, or shells. , weathering : physical or chemical breakdown of pre existing rock, jointing : formation of a natural crack in rock, frost : wedging caused by water trapped in a joint causing the joint to grow, salt : wedging found when dissolved salt precipitates and forms crystals that push apart grains, root : wedging happening when roots apply pressure to joints, dissolution : water flows through a rock dissolving minerals, hydrolysis : water breaks minerals down from other minerals through a chemical reaction, oxidation : reactions in rocks rust iron bearing minerals, soil : rock or sediment modified by interaction with organisms, organic material, or rainwater, horizon : distinct soil zones that are arranged in a vertical sequence, profile : vertical sequence of soil horizons, climate : most important factor of soil development relating to rainfall and temperature, substrate : the term for the compositions of soil formation, wetness : the local topographically influenced moisture level, alfisol : gray brown soil with clay accumulation forming in humid forests, clast : a fragment or grain produced by the physical or chemical weathering of a pre-existing rock, leaching : zone layer of regolith where water dissolves ions and picks up clay