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science vocabulary

resource the things a living animal needs.
conserve to protect.
deep ocean current a current in the ocean.
surface current the current on a beach.
tide the water level.
current the flow of water.
barrierisland an island that has a sandy beach.
inlet when water flows throughtwo barrier islands.
weathering the process of slowly breaking down rocks.
chemical weathering when water gets into the air and mixes with the gases in the air it forms a chemical that when it touches rock it breaks it apart and makes it smooth
mechanical weathering when pieces of rocks are eroded and the rock is rough
erosion the movement of rocks and sediment
deposition the build up of rocks and sediments
landslide when rocks fall down a hill due to the force of gravity
volcano the part of a continent that is an open vent
earthquake the shaking of the earth
flood the cause of water forced over land that is usually dry
continental slope the steep drop off at the end of the continental shelf
continental shelf the stretch of the continental crust under the ocean
mid ocean ridge the part of the ocean that is similar to mountain ranges on the continent
rift zone the valley in between two rocks in the mid ocean ridge
ocean trench the cause of a plate going under another plate
oceanic landforms the build up of land in the ocean
continental landforms the build up of land on a continent
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