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Landforms 1

Describe a valley A v shaped landform that is formed as a result of running water
What land form that has steep walls and are formed by erosion and weathering of soft rock? A Canyon
Name the landform that is shaped like a fan and forms from deposition do to sediments carried by rivers. A delta
Name some constructive natural processes. Floods, Volcanic Eruption, Landslides, deposition
Name some destructive natural processes. Floods, Earthquakes, Erosion, Landslides, Wheathering, Volcanic Eruptions,
The process that breaks down rocks at or near the surface of the Earth is called ________. Weathering
The movement of sediments and soil by wind, water, and ice that leads to weathering is __________. Erosion
The process in which sediments are dropped off or deposited by water, wind, or ice is called_________. Deposition
What is an earthquake? When 2 tech tonic plates push together and creates a crake in Earth's surface and vibrates the Earth's surface.
Explain how you know when a process is constructive to the Earth. A constructive process creates new landforms in a fairly quick period of time.
A destructive process to the Earth ________. Destroys landforms and either take a London period of time or doesn't form a landform at all.
What is a watershed? A watershed is when items flow into flowing water and pollute. It also occurs when water flows over land, such as mountains, and collects into lakes, streams, or rain. (Runoff)
Created by: Softball018