What happen to the strips of clay as they were pushed from opposite ends?
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Is there a difference in between extruded clay and modeling clay?
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What has the author Clay Geerdes written?
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How do you adhere clay to clay?
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Why is a lake with a clay bottom able to hold more water than a lake with a sandy bottom?
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What would happen if cooking utensils were made of clay?
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What might happen to a plant that was planted in the clay soil?
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What would happen if you planted a cactus in wet clay soil?
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What would happen to a plant that was planted in clay?
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What do you need to make a valley landform out of clay?
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Why is surface runoff not absorbed by soil with a high clay content?
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Which drains faster sand or clay?
Sand is by far the faster and is what you might call free draining. Sand and clay are in fact pretty much opposite ends of the spectrum. Clay soils are very slow to drain and can be totally impermeable to water when compacted or puddled and this attribute is often used to form a pond without the use of a synthetic liner.