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Subduction Relates to convection currents, gravity and rock density.
Weathering Is where the rain, acid rain or wind breaks big rocks into little rocks (Sediment).
Erosion Wind or water carries sediments away to another place.
Volcano Errupting mountains spit out lava.
Crust Outer layer of the earth, coolest and thinnest layer.
Lithosphere The crust and upper mantle of the earth.
Reverse Fault Normal faults occur when tensional forces act in opposite directions and cause one slab of rock to be displaced up and the other slab down.
Sycline Folds which bend.
Anticline Folds which bend upwards.
Normal Fault Reverse faults develop when compressional forces exist. Compression causes one block to be pushed up and over the other block.
Created by: Johnton