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Unit 4 Review


cemented sticking together
canyon formed by water or river breaking rocks and carrying the sediments away
delta formed when a river or water slows down and deposits sediments
u-shaped valley formed by ice or a glacier breaking down rocks and carrying sediments away
sand dune formed by wind depositing sand
fossil fuels coal, oil, and natural gas
nonrenewable cannot be made again during our lifetime
renewable can be made in a short amount of time
nonrenewable resources coal, oil, and natural gas are this type of resource
renewable resources the sun, wind, water, and plants are this type of resource
coal formed from dead plants in a swamp with time, heat, and pressure
oil and natural gas formed from dead tiny ocean organisms with time, heat, and pressure
weathering wind, water, or ice breaking down rocks
erosion wind, water, or ice moving sediments
deposition wind, water, or ice dropping sediments
sediments tiny pieces of rock
sedimentary rock layers of sediments compacted and cemented together
compaction pressure
fast changes earthquakes, landslides, and volcanoes cause this type of changes to the Earth's surface
slow changes wind, water, and ice cause this type of changes to the Earth's surface
fossils the remains of once living organisms found in sedimentary rok
Created by: brannics