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science vocabulary..

Words for science. STUDY!!!!!!!!

Which word means that the earth is shaking rapidly when earths plates don't touch smoothly? Earthquakes.
Which word is destructive,both mechanical and phisical? It breaks land forms. Weathering.
Which word means to have water overflow and quickly fill it's surroundings as well? Floods.
Which word means to move one thing to a new place and create a new land form? Deposition.
Which word means to move sediments fro one place to another destroying a land form and creating a new one. Erosion.
Which word means to have a crack in the earth with ashes and lava occasionally coming out? Volcanoes.
Which word means that stuff falls down a usually steep slope with little plants? Landslides.
It is the breaking of rocks with water, temperature,or roots. Mechanical weathering
It is the changing of rocks by a chemical process? Chemical Weathering.
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