Define: i) Sheet rock ii) Causeway iii) Open scrub iv) Rock out crop v) Stoney waste

i) Sheet Rocks are large areas of rock where the overlying soil layers have been eroded and removed due to mechanical weathering. ii) A causeway is a raised metalled road across a minor stream or a low-lying marshy area. iii) Open scrub is a vegetation found in regions with less than. 100 cms of rainfall. Therefore it indicates a dry region. iv) Rock outcrop is the part of a rock formation that appears above the surface of the surrounding land. v) Stony Waste is a large area usually in arid/semi arid regions where the finer sand/soil has blown away leaving a surface covered with boulders, stones and pebbles.

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