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Earth's Surfaces

volcano mountain volcanoes erosion weatherin

Fault Line a long, narrow crack in the Earth's Crust
Earth's Crust solid rock that makes up the Moon's and Earth's outermost layers.
mountain tall landform that rises to a peak
plates Made up of the crust and the upper part of the Earth's mantle.
earthquake Is a sudden shaking of the Earth's crust, caused by plates moving along a fault.
tsunami A giant wave caused by an Earthquake from the ocean's crust
seismic waves vibrations caused by earthquakes
volcano a mountain that builds up around an opening in the Earth's crust
magma melted rock
lava magma that reaches the Earth's surface
weathering Is the slow process that breaks rocks down into smaller pieces
erosion transport of weathered rock
deposition dropping off of weathered rock
Created by: rdefevers