Rocks are changed into soil by breaking down into soil
Soil and rocks are a mixture. Neither the soil or the rocks are a pure mixture.
rocks are chaged to soil by earths layering
The minerals get into the soil by erosion of the rocks.
rocks are made p of soil and soil are made up of rocks which means they are cycles of rocks
soil comes from rocks. that's all i know
Soil is carried in the rocks during erosion and as rocks break the soil loosens and falls out.
rocks get brocken down into soil from erosion
Soil is usually formed from the rock as a result of weathering of the rocks.
soil was first rocks, which then later turned to soil by a factor that they were broken down to soil by rain.
The minerals from the rocks
sand rocks and potting soil
Soil form by weathering of rocks...:)
soil is nothing but the smallest form of rocks i.e stones... rock was crushed into soil for many of years by the nature...
Soil is composed of broken up rocks and minerals.
Glaciers pick up rocks and soil as they move across land. When the glaciers melt, they deposit the rocks and soil. Today there are ridges of rocks and soil where glaciers once were.
Permeability is when water can pass through different types of soil and rocks. Therefore the permeability affects the soil and rocks because if the soil or rock is PERMEABLE then the groundwater can easily flow through it :)
weathering results in the disintegration of rocks on a large scale. then these rocks break-up and forms soil and the soil forms the soil profile.
Will a plant grow better if it has rocks around it or just with soil?
all the rocks decompose and break down into soil ar dirt or mud
erosion of rocksSoil is produced by the breaking up of rocks and materials that plants avoid growing in.
yes it is found in rocks and soil
Weathering/Erosion of rocks: When wind or water hits rocks and wears them off. Soil: dirt Answer: They have NO connection.
Rock do NOT "form to soil". Rocks (At the surface) are eroded chemically and mechanically and the products of this erosion form soil (together with biological humus).