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   Hierarchy of Top of the AAT hierarchies Top of the AAT hierarchies
   Hierarchy of Activities Facet .... Activities Facet
   Hierarchy of Processes and Techniques (hierarchy name) ........ Processes and Techniques (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of <processes and techniques by specific type> ............ <processes and techniques by specific type>
   Hierarchy of condition changing (processes) ................ condition changing (processes)
   .................... surface or structural changes
   ........................ bioturbation
   ........................ blistering (process)
   ........................ bloating
   Hierarchy of buckling ........................ buckling
   ............................ elastic buckling
   ............................ inelastic buckling
   ............................ lateral buckling
   ........................ case hardening (rock surface change)
   ........................ chalking
   ........................ chipping
   ........................ cockling
   Hierarchy of corrosion (condition changing process) ........................ corrosion (condition changing process)
   ............................ atmospheric corrosion
   ............................ electrochemical corrosion
   Hierarchy of cracking ........................ cracking
   ............................ crackling
   ............................ cupping
   ............................ dunting
   ............................ strain cracking
   ........................ creasing (process)
   ........................ crumbling
   ........................ crumpling
   ........................ curling (structural change)
   ........................ denting (surface changes)
   Hierarchy of erosion ........................ erosion
   ............................ bioerosion
   Hierarchy of mass wasting ............................ mass wasting [N]
   ............................ microerosion
   ........................ isomerization
   ........................ lifting (surface changing process)
   ........................ livering
   ........................ opacification
   ........................ patination
   Hierarchy of peeling ........................ peeling
   ............................ delamination
   ............................ flaking
   ........................ pitting
   ........................ popping
   ........................ powdering (condition changing process)
   ........................ softening
   ........................ tearing
   ........................ teasing (structural change)
   ........................ tenting
   ........................ throw up (surface change)
   Hierarchy of warping ........................ warping
   ............................ bowing
   Hierarchy of weathering ........................ weathering
   ............................ accelerated weathering
   ............................ alveolar weathering
   ............................ carbonation [N]
   ............................ freeze-thaw cycle
   Hierarchy of salt weathering ............................ salt weathering
   ............................ sugaring
   ............................ sulfation
   ........................ wetting-drying cycle
   ........................ wrinkling
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