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Adams 5th Earth

Earth Voc

QuestionAnswer
The wearing away of sediments by water, wind, waves, ice or gravity Weathering
The dropping of sediments to a new location Deposition
The carrying away of sediments by water, waves, wind, ice or gravity Erosion
Earthquakes and landslides are what kind of changes? Fast changes
The tiny crumbs of rocks, soils, shells and the remains of organisms. Sediments
Formed from the remains of prehistoric animal and plants buried in layers of rock. Fossil fuels
Weathering, wind, waves hitting a rock are what kind of change? Slow change
Made from swampy plants Coal
A mound of sand deposited by wind. Sand dune
The pressing together of sediments Compaction
Made from dead plants and animals Oil/petroleum and natural gas
A large slow moving body of ice that deposits minerals and carves out a "U" shape valley Glaciers
Sticking together like glue Cementation
Another word for oil Petroleum
What makes a "V" shapes canyon? Moving water
Created by: Science STAAR