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Blackland prairies

Ecoregions of Texas
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Natalia Vargas

on 30 October 2012

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Ecoregions of Texas Blackland Prairies Characteristics - Has one of the richest soils, lime stone & shale which gives black heavy clay soils. - perennial & annual grasses Weathering Erosion Deposition
Since Blackland prairies is made up of mostly clay, the weathering that takes place in the
Blackland prairies is mostly of the small sediments and rocks in there.
The geography of the Blackland prairies is slightly rolling hills and and leveled terrain.
So, weathering is just mostly of the rocks and breaking them down Because the soil in the Blackland Prairies is very fertile and full of nutrients, it can easily be
picked up by the wind and deposited into another area. Because the soil in the Blackland Prairies is very fertile and full of nutrients,
it can easily be picked up by the wind and deposited into another area. a distinguishing feature or quality the various mechanical and chemical processes that cause exposed rock to decompose. Compare chemical weathering, mechanical weathering.
the wearing away of rocks and other deposits on the earth's surface by the action of water, ice, wind, etc removal from a position
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