That would be the process of erosion or weathering. This is when water beats against rocks through rain or waves, and breaks them down into sediment.
It breaks down the rocks
weathering breaks rocks on earths surface
no, that is weathering. Erosion is the process of moving objects from the crust like rocks to different locations.
erosion breaks down rocks and deposits them, making new sedimentary rocks. The earth is one huge space rock, so the process changes the earth every day.
Weathering and erosion breaks rocks into smaller pieces.
The process of sedimentary rocks changing to metamorphic rocks is called metamorphosis. But I don't know about the change of metamorphic rocks into sedimentary rocks.
The process is called weathering because the changes in the weather break the rocks.
The temperature heats the rock and breaks it (erodes).
Erosion or weathering.
Thawing and freezing could be the answer a type of erosion
basically the Weather erosion in between mountains.
Mechanical weathering simply breaks big rocks into smaller rocks. Chemical weathering dissolves rocks and changes them chemically.
What is the process that changes tha shape of rock
As the water freezes in the cracks of rocks,the cracks expand. The process repeats itself and the rock eventually breaks.