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Waves Flashcards

When waves crash onto the beach at an angle is called an_________ long shore drift
The process where wind picks up sediment and moves it is called Plucking
What are rills? are a slope like stream.
What is Gully? A water worn by a ravire that is powers by water actions
What is a stream? A stream is a small narrow river that flows.
What is a River a large stream that flows into a channel to the sea, lake etc.
What is Karst topography? karst topography is that which composes of limestone and its associated features and structures.
What is a tilt? the process in which sediment is directly deposited by a glacier.
What is a kettle lake? A kettle lake is a small depression formed when a block of ice melts in a till.
What land features are made of water erosion. land features, are beaches, sandbars, barrier beach and spits.
What is mass movement. the process on when sediments moves in the space of gravity.
What land features cause glacial erosion? cirque, horn, glacial lake , and arete.
What is a drumlin long mound of till that is higher than one end that consists of clay that flows into a river.
What is runoff? the draining away of water from the surface of an area of land. .
What is the material moved by erosion called sediments.
What is a spit a type of little rainfall.
What is glacial deposition. The laying down of sediments which have been removed and transported by a glacier.
how do waves form? Waves form from wind that blows across the ocean surface or on currents.
What is the land features of waves. sea caves, sea arches, sea stacks, and wave cut cliffs.
headline? a part of shore that sticks out into the ocean.
What are two types of glaciers? Continental and valley.
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