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Earth's Interaction

3rd 9wks

climate the usual weather conditions in a particular place or region
scarcity a very small supply
production the process of making or growing something for sale or use
distribution the act of giving or delivering something to people, stores, or businesses
goods products that people buy for personal use or for use at home
services the action of helping or doing work for someone.
renewable restored or replaced by natural processes
nonrenewable not able to grow again or be made again
wetland an area of land that is covered with shallow water like a swamp
weathering to change in color, condition, etc. because of the effects of the sun, wind, rain, etc., over a long period of time
decomposition breaking down once living plants and animals into smaller pieces
volcano an opening in the Earth’s surface through which molten lava, ash, and gases escape; over time a mountain can be created
earthquake shaking of the ground caused by the release of energy deep below the surface of the Earth
landslide an event that happens when mud and rocks slide down a hill or mountain
flood an event that happens when a body of water overflows onto land
conservation the wise use of natural resources
energy ability to cause movement or change
vibration repeated back and forth motions
landform a natural land shape on Earth’s surface
natural resource something from Earth that we can use to make things we want or need
soil the loose material that covers Earth’s surface made up of small pieces of rocks and once living things
hill a small mound of land
mountain the tallest landform on Earth; a large landform that rises up toward the sky
plains a large, flat area of land that does not have many trees
valley the low land between mountains
desert an area of very dry land that is usually covered with sand and is very hot
Created by: anita_brunson