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Landform Physical feature of Earth's surface.
Mass Movement The downhill movement of rock and soil because of gravity
Plate A rigid block of crust and upper rock.
Fault A break or place whrer pieces of Earth's crust move.
Weathering The process of breaking rock into soil sand and tiny pieces.
Crust The thin outer layer of Earth.
Contienal Drift A theory of how Earth's continets move over its surface
Magma Molten rock form from Earth's mantle.
Erosion The process of moving sediment from one place to another.
Mantle The layer beneath Earth's crust.
Volcano A mountain formed WITH lava or mass.
Pangea A supercontient containg all Earth's land or deposting sediment in a new location.
Deposition The process of dropping or depositing sediment in a new location.
Core The center of Earth.
Earthquake A shaking of the ground caused by the sudden REALEASE of energy in earth crust
Fossil tHe remain or pastlife found in sedimentary rock.
Created by: clakid