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ch.9 lesson 1,2,3

how are canyons most likely formed? water erosion
If you are hiking up a sloping landform,how are can you tell if the landform is a moraine? bits of rock,sand,clay,and boulders.
where would you most likely find a delta? at the mouth of a river.
Which of Earth's layers contains soft areas on which plates float? mantle
How are chains of volcanoes like the Hawaiian Islands formed? A plate moves over a hot spot.
_________ _________ causes both earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. Plate Movement
What would make a better model to show the process that causes an earthquake-two sponges rubbing against one another or a bowl of jiggling jello?Explain why! The sponges because they show how a earthquake is caused.
What would make a better model to show a volcanic eruption-a lit firecraker or a shaken can of soda?Eplain why! A can of soda because a volcanoe erupts from pressure and when you shake a can of soda there is pressure.
Created by: HunterDavis