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unit 5

Sand Dune A large mound of sand piled by wind
Creep The slow movement of soil or rock downhill.
Erosion The process of moving sediment from place to place by water.
Abrasion scraping off of something no longer there.
Earthquake the shaking of the earths surface caused by movement of rock in the crust.
Mechanical Weathering the process by which rocks aare broken down through physical methods.
Mechanical Weathering Examples (blank)
Chemical Weathering the process by which the chemical makeup of a rock is changes and the rock is broken down.
Examples Chemical Weathering (blank)
Volcano a mountain that forms as molten rockflows through a crack onto the earth surface.
Glacier A great mass of ice moving very slowly.
Landslide the sudden movement downhill of rock and soil
Inference An untested interpretation of observaationnns.
Observation information that you gather with yoour senses.
How long is the shaking of an earth quake felt seconds
What erupts from a volcano? lava, ash, hot rock
How is rust formed? When iron mixes with oxgen.
What happen to land and cliffs along the coastline? eroison
How are beaches formed? deposition on the coast. See p. 353.
What are the effects of changing tempuratures on land (freezing and thawing cycle)? Rocks crack and break off. (See Lesson 1 & 3.)
Created by: avenolpey