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What is the relationship of climate to weathering (both chemical and mechanical)? Are certain climates more susceptible to certain types of weathering? Why or why not?

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    Cold, rainy, windy, and hot climates tend to produce more weathering than other, more stable climates.

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    http://www.geography4kids.com/files/land_weathering.html

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