What is biogenic weathering?

Biogenic (or biological) weathering is associated with the destruction of rocks, when exposed to living microorganisms (animals and plants). For example, if decomposition products are constantly accumulating in a rock (for example, fallen leaves, tree fruits – apples) during decomposition, they oxidized or corroded the rock, which cracked and disintegrated over time. The same situation can be with the decay of animal remains.

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