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Land/Water Vocab

TermDefinition
volcano a place where hot gases, ash, and melted rock come out of the ground onto Earth's surface
erosion the process of moving weathered rock and sediment from one place to another
runoff water that does not soak into the ground and instead flows across earth's surface
sediment sand, bits of rock, fossils, and other matter carried and deposited by water, wind, or ice
landform any recognizable feature on earth's surface shaped by natural causes
deposition the dropping or settling of eroded material
water cycle the process in which water continuously moves from earth's surface into the atmosphere and back again
atmosphere the mixture of gases that surrounds the earth
condensation the process by which a GAS CHANGES TO A LIQUID
evaporation the process by which a LIQUID CHANGES TO A GAS
precipitation water that falls from clouds to earths surface
goundwater water located within the gaps and pores in rocks below the earths surface
weathering the breaking down of rocks on earth's surface into smaller pieces
Created by: s.p.