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S3/4 Erosion/Deposit

Sec 3 and 4 Quiz, Ch 3 Erosion and Deposition, Earth's Changing Surface

The ability to do work or cause change is energy
Energy that is stored potential energy
The energy of motion kinetic energy
The amount of sediment carried by a river load
Volume of water that moves past a point on a river flow
Force that opposes the motion of one surface across another friction
Movement of water every which way instead of downstream turbulence
Any large mass of ice that moves slowly over land glacier
Sharp ridge separating two cirques arete
Bowl-shaped hollow eroded by a glacier cirque
Long mound of till that is smoothed in the direction of the glacier’s flow drumlin
Sea-filled valley cut by a glacier in a coastal region fiord
Small depression formed by a chunk of ice when it melts kettle
Ridge formed at the edge of a glacier moraine
Ridge at the farthest point reached by a glacier terminal moraine
Mixture of sediments a glacier deposits on the surface till
Created by: judi829