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Ms. Keller

Study for your science test on friday

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Erosion The movement of sediments by wind water, ice, and gravity.
Weathering Weathering causes the earth to dissolve and break into smaller pieces.
Deposition Deposition builds new land by dropping (depositing) sediments.
Constructive forces A process that creates landforms.
Destructive forces A process that destroys landforms.
Earthquakes Vibrations of the ground causes by energy release from the crust.
Volcanic eruptions Magma rising from deep inside the earth that reaches earth surface causing a volcano to erupt.
Floods Floods occur when a large amount of water covers land that is normally dry.
Landslides Landslides are large movements of land due to gravity they can cause to fall or power and gas lines to break.
Created by: LTank7