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Land and Water 5th

Water in streams, rivers, lakes, ponds, free of salt. Fresh Water
A slowly moving mass of ice. Glaciers
Water that fills the cracks and spaces in underground soil and rock layers. Ground Water
Water that is above ground in streams, lakes, rivers, and ponds. Surface Water
The top part of the earth's crust. Soil
A specialist in geology (the study of rocks) Geologists
Mountains, volcanoes, plains, plateaus, and other physical features on Earth's surface. Landforms
A land mass that projects well above its surroundings; higher that a hill Mountains
area of high level land Plateaus
Large piece of open flat land Plains
This occurs when running water, sea waves, wind, or glaciers pick up and carry away materials from the earth's surface Erosion
Earth material that slowly settles to the bottom of water Sedimentation
Created by: mary cornwell