2CHANGES IN RELIEF EROSION SEDIMENTATION CHANGES IN RELIEF EROSION 1º ESO AEROSIONCHANGES IN RELIEFEROSIONSEDIMENTATIONSEDIMENTATION
3SEDIMENTATION1º ESO AProcess for which the solid material transported by a water current settles at the back of a river , reservoir or artificial channelThe sea accumulates the sediments, contributing to the shape of the landscape. In this way beaches are formed.
4EROSION1º ESO ADegradation and the transport of the material or substances of the soil.
5The most important agents of erosion are: Causes of erosion1º ESO AThe most important agents of erosion are:TemperatureWaterWindHuman beings
6Rivers travel fast down steep slopes. They erode materials and create: Causes of erosion1º ESO AWaterFluvial erosionRivers travel fast down steep slopes. They erode materials and create:deep valleyscanyonsColorado canyon
7When the slopes are gentler, the water moves more slowly. Causes of erosion1º ESO AWaterFluvial erosionWhen the slopes are gentler, the water moves more slowly.It transports the eroded materialsWhen the rivers arrive at the platter lands , they deposit sediment on their banks .
8Waves and currents wear away coasts and create cliffs . Causes of erosion1º ESO AWaterMarine erosionWaves and currents wear away coasts and create cliffs .Water transports the sediments , deposits it , and forms beaches.
9Causes of erosion Temperature erosion 1º ESO ATemperatureTemperature erosionAbrupt changes in temperature can break rocks.Water infiltrates through rocks. When it freezes, it expands, and the rocks break.
10Wind transports sand or soil and deposits them in other places Causes of erosion1º ESO AWindHumanbeingsWind transports sand or soil and deposits them in other placesHuman beings are also responsible for changing landscapes with our activities.
11EROSION 1º ESO A Valle la Luna (Chile) Laguna del Campillo (Madrid) 1997Around the 80sCathedral Beach ( Lugo)2009
12Made by 1º ESO A Carmen Vicente de la Peña Isabel Vivas Nieto Paloma Gundín LópezAlicia Sánchez CidElena Pablo Bermejo