Red Group- Science

soil

This term in science we have been rock detectives and discovered lots about igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks. Today we have focused on soil formation. Can you answer these questions for me:

  1. Can you tell me the four different processes for soil formation, and for a bonus, can you describe them to me?
  2. What different types of soil are there?

 

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  1. SOIL FORMTION❤️🕷🐌🐛🐜🐞

    Types of rocks

    Losses
    Addition
    Transformation
    Translocation

    Types of soil

    Top Soil
    Sub Soil
    Base Rock

  2. Addition: E.g so if there is soil on the ground (rainfall represents water) and it will come on top so that’s when it becomes to the first step of the soil.
    Transformation- Transformation occur when something changes into something else.

  3. 1.
    Addition-Rainfall adds water and dust adds minerals
    Losses-evaporates water and when hot turns to carbon dioxide
    Translocation -Translocations are movements within the soil Gravity pulls water from top to bottom.
    Transformation -transformation occur when something changes into something else.Humus is what is left when dead leaves decompose
    2.sandy soil found on the beach

  4. 1)Addition it adds water and dust adds minerals.
    Loses evepats water and when it’s hot it turns into carbon dioxide
    Translation are movement between the soil insects like worms,ants,moles and catapilars. Transformation when something changes into a different.
    2)Pete soil,sandy soil and normal soil.

  5. The 4 processes are additions,losses,translocation and transformation.
    Additions are rainfall adds water,dust adds minerals,animals waste adds organic matter and nutrients and decaying plants and animals add organic matter.
    Losses evaporates (turns into gas when it is hot) into the air,soil particles can be washed away in storms.

  6. 1 .The four processes are addition ,losses , translocation, transformation.
    Addition
    Rainfall adds water
    Dust adds mineral
    Animal waste adds organic matter and nutrients
    Decaying plants and animals add organic matter
    Losses
    Water evaporates(turns into gas when it is hot) into the air .
    Soil particles can wash away into the storms
    Translocation
    Translocation are movement within the soil
    Gravity pulls water down from top to bottom

  7. 1. Transformation is when it a plant dies and turns into soil.Lasses and goes hard,but only when it rains.Addition when something goes into soil. Translocation is when an animal moves the soil.
    2. Top soil,sub soil and base rock

  8. 1. Addition > materials added to the soil such as vegetation decaying animals.
    Losses > when the water dosent evaporate.
    Translocations > Gravity pulls water down from top to bottom

  9. Additions
    Materials which is water,air,minerals,decaying plants and go into the soil.
    Losses
    When water evaporates from the soil in the summertime
    Translocation
    Gravity pulls from the soil.

  10. 1. Transformation is when a plant dies and turns into soil.
    Lasses is when the soil goes hard but only when it rains
    Addition is when you add something to soil.
    Minerals are a solid.

    2. 3 top soil

  11. Addition ,losses,transformation ,translocation.
    Addition is materials added to the soil such as vegetation, decaying animals and minerals.
    Losses is when the water evaporates.
    Transformation is the chemical weathering of sand.
    Translocation Is movement of soil constitution.
    There are clay,sandy and loamy.

  12. 1.Tranformation is when a plant dies and goes into the soil.Loses is when nutrians
    and minerals are used by plants.Additions is when rain goes into the soil.
    Transcolations is when gravity pulls the water up.
    2.There are 3.

  13. The 4 process of rock formation are:
    Addition,Losses,Translocation and Transformation.
    The different types of soils are:
    Top soil,Sub soil and base rock.

  14. Soil Formation🍩

    The 4 different types of rocks are:

    Addition
    Losses
    Transformations
    Translocation

    The types of soils are:

    Sub Soil
    Top Soil
    Base Rock

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