the process in which rocks are broken down into soil is, :weathering.
Erosion or weathering.
The process of moving weathered rocks and soil is called WEATHERING.
The process of moving rocks and soil from one place to another is called, Transportation. Examples of rock and soil transport are, mass wasting/movement, traction, and suspension.
Rocks are generally broken down into soil by the process of erosion over long periods of time.
ice breaks down rocks and eventually it turns into soil after a long period of time
Soil is formed from rocks. When weathering breaks down rocks into smaller and smaller pieces you will get soil. This process takes thousands and thousands of years.
Weathering and erosion break down rocks until they, eventually, become soil.
Erosion is the wearing away of rocks by wind and water, which causes them to break down and form soil.
It is called Erosion.
the answer is liquefaction
it breaks up rocks into soil during primary succession
Soil is formed by rocks and it includes mostly rocks and rocks are in rockcycle and the rockcycle is a never ending process. NEVERENDING means that it never ends.
Sedimentary, but technically all rocks can be broken down into Soil by a process called 'Weathering'
the process by which an earthquakes violent movement suddenly turns loose soil into mud
Erosion. is thing going in many ways