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Geography 9-4-12

QuestionAnswer
the process by which rock is broken down into smaller pieces Erosion
Because high _________ areas recieve indirect rays from the sun, they have cooler temperature latitude
Most of the _________ __________ is stored in Earth's streams, rivers, and lakes surface water
It takes 365 1/4 day for Earth the complete on _________ around the sun. revolution
Streams are formed when ___________ collects in narrow channels precipitation
_____________ cause erosion as they flow downhill, carving valleys and mountian peaks. glaciers
The planets tilt affects the amount of _________ Earth recieve from the sun. solar energy
What factors influence the amount of energy that different places on earth recieve from the sun? tilt, revolution, rotation, and latitude
What different sources of water are available on Earth? freshwater, surface water, precipitation, salt water, and ground water
What might happen to the ammout of solar energy we recieve if Earth's axis were straight up and down? To hot for people to live
How does the water cycle keep Earth's water supply relatively constant? it repeats
shapes on the planets surface landforms
Why are Earth's landforms still changing? because the plate tetonics move, and create volcanoes, which eventually create new islands/landforms
Created by: MadisonAschen