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section 3 and 4 voca

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tectonic plates enormous moving pieces of he earths lithosphere
fault fracture in the earths surface
earthquake voilent movement of the earth
seismograph measures the size of the waves created b the eathquake
epicenter he point directly above the focus of the earthquake; middle
Richter scale determines he strength of the earthquake
tsuanmi underwater earthquakes; giant wave in the ocean
volcano magma, gases, water from the lower part of the crust the mantle collects in the underground chambers and pours out he cracks in the side of the volcono
lava magma that has reached the earths surface
ring of fire zone around the rim of the pacific ocean is the location of the vast majority of acive volcanoes
weathering physical and chemical processes that change the characteristics of rocks
sediment small pieces of rock
mechanical weathering procecss that breaks roks into smaller pieces
chemical weathering occurs when rock is changed into a new substance
erosion weathered materials are move by the action of wind, water, ice, or gravity
delta when a river enters the ocean the sediment is deposited in a fan- like formation
loess wind blown by silt and clay sediment that produces fertile soil
glacier large, long lasting mass of ice that moves because of gravity
glaciation changing of landforms
moraine rocks left behind by a glacier
humus textures of soil and the amount of organic materials
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