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Frost wedging is a form of weathering caused by water seeping into the cracks of rocks. This type of weathering is common in regions that have very cold winters. How does frost wedging take place?

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  1. Bossvideogamer21
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    Freeze wedging is caused by the repeated freeze-thaw. Frost wedging occurs as the result of 9 % expansion of water when it is converted to ice. Cracks filled with water are forced further apart when it freezes.

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