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earth science 4

desert arch formed by wind picking up sediment and blasting or blowing a hole in the rock
wave a ridge of water that moves across a pond, lake or ocean
landform an area of land, or a land shape found on the surface of the Earth
melting becomes a liquid by heat
thawing becomes softer by warming
erupt when a volcano becomes active and erupts ash
fossil fuel fuels formed from the remains of prehistoric animals and plants that were buried in layers or rock and subjected to large amounts of heat and pressure
pressure a continuous force against something
renewable resource resources that CAN be replaced in a short amount of time
nonrenewable resource resource that CANNOT be replaced quickly. takes millions of years
rain guage tool that measures the accumulation of precipitation
humidity the amount of moisture in the air
anemometer scientific tool that measures wind speed
Created by: erin.mcpherson2