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Earth 2

The moving or carrying of sediments to a new location Erosion
Fiery power deep from within the Earth and lava erupts Volcano
An earthquake under the ocean causing a giant destructive wave Tsunami
To put into groups Classify
The wearing away of sediments by wind, water, waves or ice Weathering
2 or more items mixed together but can NOT be separated. Solution
The dropping of sediments to a new place Deposition
Becomes so small you can no longer see it but it is there Dissolve
Particles of matter, sand, shells that are carried then deposited Sediments
This kind of rock has layers and are where most fossils are found Sedimentary
These changes are like weathering, erosions and deposition Slow changes
Very small in size, tiny or a speck Particles
Moving energy Mechanical
These changes are like tornados, hurricanes and earthquakes Fast changes
Energy from the Sun Solar
How far an object has travled Distance
A push or pull Force
Another name for battery Source/cell
Created by: Midland5th