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Landforms- Austin

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Features on the surface of the Earth such as mountains, hills, buttes, rivers, arches, glaciers, etc. landform
The breakdown of rocks into smaller sediment from the effect of wind, water, temperature,etc. weathering
The movement of weathered material on the Earth's surface by wind, water,etc. erosion
The build up of land by depositing sediment and soil in a new location (through ersion). deposition
Having to do with geology (the study of the Earth's history as recorded in rocks) geological
A sudden release of energy under the Earth's surface that makes the Earth shake or crack. Plates colliding. earthquake
A fracture in the Earth's surface caused by a shift of the Earth's crust. fault
To lift up or rise a certain location (creates mountains, volcanos, plateaus, etc.) uplift
A mountain vent in the Earth's crust. It spews lava, hot gases, and ash. Can be Cinder Cone, Composite, or Shield. volcano
A long lasting, slow moving river of ice that is on land. Creates u-shaped canyons. glacier
A natural rock formation caused by erosion of softer rock inside/under harder rock. arch
A flat top rock or hill with steep sides created by erosion. butte
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