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International Journal for Empirical Education and Research

A Geographical Description of Exogenesis Processes

Author: Sulislaw Pawlak | Published on: 2017-09-30 21:55:21   Page: 36-45   218

Abstract
The exogenesis processes are the processes that shape the land by forces coming on or above the Earth’s surface (exogenesis forces). These are processes that take place on the earth’s surface. They are subdivided in two categories and they are Processes of Degradation, Processes of Ag-gradation.

Keywords
Processes of Degradation; Processes of Aggradation; Factors Influencing; Rate of Weathering.

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    Sulislaw Pawlak
    Faculty of Earth Sciences & Spatial Management
    Maria Curie-Sk?odowska University
    pawlaksulislaw075@yahoo.com