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Topsoil The uppermost layer of soil Top Soil
Subsoil The layer of soil just below the uppermost layer of soil Subsoil
Bedrock Unweathered rock that lies below the lowest layer of soil Bedrock
Fossil The preserved remains of a plant or animal that lived long ago Bedrock
Delta A large mass of deposited sediment at the mouth of a river
Weathering The slow breaking apart or wearing away of rock into smaller pieces
Erosion The movement of weathered rock material from on place to another
Question Wind moving sand from a dune What is an example of erosion?
Question Large rocks wearing down What is an example of weathering?
Question How are weathering and erosion related to one another?
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DOS WEEK OF MAR DOS TUESDAY 1.Breaking rock into silt and other tiny pieces is known as ________________. Erosion Weathering Deposition Mass movement.
What is Erosion and How is it Different than Weathering Weathering is the breaking down of rock into smaller pieces. Erosion is the MOVEMENT of these.
Soil Vocabulary. Soil! A natural resource found in our own backyard!! Soil is the loose material in which plants can grow in the upper layer of Earth.
Unit 4. A rock formed from layers of sediment or bits of broken rock joined together. Example: sandstone.
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Canyon canyon: a deep ravine between cliffs often carved from the landscape by a river over a long period of time.
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Week 3. drainage basin A system of rivers and streams that drains an area.
Science Unit Test on Soil 3.7 & The carrying of weathered pieces of rock by wind, water, and gravity is 1.weathering 2.erosion 3.evaporation
Soil Vocabulary Andrea Williams 3 rd Grade Hillpoint Elementary School.
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Thursday’s Warm Up December 5. A delta, the landform found at the mouth of a river, forms when- A plants on the river bank cause erosion B the river deposits.
Are these examples of weathering, erosion, or both? 1. Ice breaking rock 2. Wind breaking away and moving rock 3. A river moving sediment 4. Tree.
Waterwindice. waterwindice waterwindiceplants Deltas and beaches are formed when sediments are dropped. Sediments form sand dunes when wind slows down.
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What landform am I? Canyon Which agent(s) changed me? Water Wind Ice.
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DOS WEEK OF MAR DOS TUESDAY 1.Breaking rock into slit and other tiny pieces is known as ________________. Erosion Weathering Deposition Mass movement.
Igneous- melted rock that cools and hardens Sedimentary- forms when layers of materials and rock particles settle on top of each other and harden.
Soil: More than just a bunch of dirt. What is soil made of? The basic components of soil are: decayed remains of once living organisms (organic material)
Soils: One of Our Natural Resources!. Some call it dirt…..But it is Soil !!! Soil is made of loose, weathered rock and organic material.
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Lesson 2: What Causes Changes to Earth’s Landforms? What are some landforms we already learned about?
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Weathering ErosionDeposition Constructive Forces Destructive.
Weathering- the breakdown of rock into smaller and smaller pieces. Mechanical weathering- is simply the breakdown of rock into smaller pieces by physical.
Weathering Weathering – is the process by which rock materials are broken down by the action of physical or chemical processes. Mechanical Weathering.
What things change the Earth’s surface slowly?. Slow Changes to the Earth’s Surface Process is a synonym for change. Slow Process- A change that occurs.
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Our Changing Earth Our earth is always changing. Some changes are… S L O W FAST.
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Core 1. -the center of the Earth 2 Mantle 3 the middle of the Earth made up of molten (melted) rock 4.
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