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Erosion Review

Agents of Erosion

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Downhill movement of weathered sediments caused by GRAVITY. MASS MOVEMENT
Process by which weathered sediments is MOVED from one place to another. EROSION
Process by which sediments is carried and DROPPED in new places. DEPOSITION
Water that FLOWS over Earth's surface and empties into streams and rivers. RUNOFF
Deposits of wind blown dust. LOESS
WEARING away of rock by particles carried by wind and water. ABRASION
A huge chunk of ice that moves slowly over the land. GLACIER
Rocks and sediments left behind from a melted glacier. TILL
Up-and-down movement of water. WAVE
The removal of loose material from the earth's surface by the WIND. DEFLATION
A stream or river that flows into a bigger river. TRIBUTARY
Piles of weathered material that collect at the base of a slope. TALUS
Created by: Krystal Ann Krystal Ann on 2011-12-15



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