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Landforms - Ryan 5th

A natural land shape or feature. Landform
All the kinds of landforms in a certain area. Topography
A sand hill that is made and shaped by wind. Sand Dune
The process of wearing away rocks by natural means. Weathering
The process of moving sediment by wind, water or ice. Erosion
An area of new land at the mouth of a river. Delta
A large hole that is created when the roof of a cave collapses due to the weight of material above. Sinkhole
Blocks of the earth's crust and upper mantle rock that are divided into sections and fit together like puzzle pieces. Plate
Movement of the ground caused by a sudden release of energy in the Earth's crust. Earthquake
The point on Earth's surface directly above the focus (where energy is released). Epicenter
A break in the Earth's crust. Fault
Melted (molten) rock beneath the Earth's surface. Magma
Molten rock that has flowed out of a vent and onto the Earth's surface. Lava
A mountain made of lava, ash, or other materials from eruptions. Volcano
A wall-like structure that sticks out into the ocean. Jetty
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