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Landform Pictionary

Science Boot Camp

Usually formed by destructive forces - Rivers wear away the land and create deep gorges in the Earth. Canyons
Created by constructive forces - The deposition of sediment from a river, usually in a triangular shape. Deltas
Both destructive and constructive forces are used - Plate tectonics cause the build up of pressure and magma inside the Earth and it erupts from within. Volcanoes
Usually from a destructive force- Created from eroded mountain Plateau
Formed by destructive force - Created from erosion by rivers (form v shapes) or galciers (form u shapes) Valleys
Usually constructive - Built up deposited sediment Plains
Both destructive and constructive - Smoothes out land by destroying rock and land underneath. Also creates valleys by depositing eroded sediment. Glaciers
Destructive forces form these. Created by weathered or eroded mountains. Cliffs
Can be made from constructive or destructive forces. Created by water eroding away land or from where molton rock erupted. Caverns/Caves
This is definitely formed from a constructive force. It is created by collision of plates. They can be eroded by gravity or water. Mountains
These are constructed by the deposition or weathered or eroded sand particles. However, they can also be eroded away by the same waves that brought in the sand to build them. Beaches
Created by: kmyoung