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lesson 1-3

a natural land shape of feature. landform
all kinds of landforms in a certain place topography
a large, think sheet of ice glacier
a hill of sand made and shaped by wind sand dune
how r canyons most likely formed water eroion
if u r hiking up a sloping landform, how can u tell if the land form is a moraine just one big rocks on the sides and it made out of clay sand and rocks
lesson 2 lesson 2
a area of new land at the mouth of a river, formed for sediments carried by the river delta
a large hole formed when the roof of a cave collapses sinkhole
where would u most likely find a delta by the mouth of the river
which of the following is NOT a cause of weathering a river carries sand and sediment downstream
choose 3 and write in detal how they affect the earth's surface over time ersion- picks up sediment then throws it. sinkholes- can change a landform by it sinking and forming a big hole in the ground ice- can change a landform by weathering rock
lesson 3 lesson 3
a skaking of the ground, cause by a sudden relase of energy earthquake
a break in earth's crust fault
a mountain made of lava and ash, or orther stuff volcano
molten (melted) rock beneth earths surface magma
which of earth's layers contains soft areas on which plates flout meantle
what causes both earthquakes and volcano eruptions shifing plates
how are chains of volcanoes like the hawaiian lslands formed hot spots
Created by: des bonelli