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science vocabulary

Weathering It is a slow, destructive process that breaks down rocks.
mechanical weathering It is the breaking of rock into smaller pieces by gravity, ice, plant roots, or other factors
chemical weathering It is the changing of materials in a rock by chemical processes.
erosion It is the movement of materials away from one place
deposition It is the placing of materials in a new place
landslide It occurs when gravity quickly pulls rocks and dirt downhill
Volcano is an opening in earth's crust through which steam, lava and ashes erupt.
earthquake it is the shakin of earths surface caused by the release of energy along a fault.
flood It is a great flow of water over an area that is usually dry land
Resource Is a supply that meets a need for materials or energy
converse people use their resources wisely
deep ocean currents they flow up and down
surface currents They are mostly caused by the wind moving over the ocean
tide Tides are the daily rising and falling in a regular cycle of earth's water
current A current is a flow of water in a larger body of water
barrier island It is a small island along a coastline formed by the deposition of sand
inlets They are opening between barrier islands
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