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Landform Activity for review
DESTRUCTIVE WEATHERING #1 A rock heats in the sun and cracks
CONSTRUCTIVE DEPOSITION RUNNING WATER #2 A slowing stream drops its load of sediments
CONSTRUCTIVE DEPOSITION WIND #3 Blown sand piles up along a line of trees
DESTRUCTIVE WEATHERING DISSOLVING #4 Limestone at the Inner Space Caverns in central Texas is dissolved by water
DESTRUCTIVE EROSION WAVES #5 A Galveston beach shrinks
DESTRUCTIVE EROSION RUNNING WATER #6 A deep hole forms at the base of a waterfall
DESTRUCTIVE WEATHERING #7 Water seeps into a cracked brick, freezes, and breaks apart of the brick away
DESTRUCTIVE EROSION WIND #8 Blowing sand cuts a hole in a sandstone cliff
DESTRUCTIVE EROSION RUNNING WATER #9 The Colorado River flows through the Grand Canyon
DESTRUCTIVE EROSION WIND CONSTRUCTIVE DEPOSITION WIND #10 A strong wind shifts the position of a sand dune
CONSTRUCTIVE DEPOSITION RUNNING WATER #11 A town is covered in mud after a flooded river returns to its banks
DESTRUCTIVE EROSION GLACIER GRAVITY #12 A moving glacier plows the ground as it slides down the valley
DESTRUCTIVE WEATHERING #13 A rock freezes and cracks
DESTRUCTIVE WEATHERING #14 Roots grow into a cracked rock and make crack larger
DESTRUCTIVE EROSION WIND CONSTRUCTIVE DEPOSITION #15 Soil is blown from a west Texas field and lands in east Texas
DESTRUCTIVE WEATHERING DISSOLVING #16 Water dissolves buried limestone
CONSTRUCTIVE DEPOSITION GLACIER GRAVITY #17 A glacier leaves a trail of rock and soil along side as it slides down a valley
DESTRUCTIVE WEATHERING WIND #18 Wind-blown sand smooths a boulder
DESTRUCTIVE EROSION WAVES #19 The yard of a house on the beach becomes smaller and smaller
CONSTRUCTIVE DEPOSITION RUNNING WATER #20 A delta forms at the mouth of the Mississippi
DESTRUCTIVE EROSION RUNNING WATER CONSTRUCTIVE DEPOSITION #21 Water from a rainstorm washes loose soil from a flower bed onto the lawn
DESTRUCTIVE EROSION RUNNING WATER CONSTRUCTIVE DEPOSITION #22 A river removes soil from the outside of a curve and leaves it on the inside of a curve as it rounds the corner
DESTRUCTIVE WEATHERING EROSION RUNNING WATER #23 Rock tumbling downstream are broken into smaller pieces
DESTRUCTIVE WEATHERING EROSION RUNNING WATER #24 Rock tumbling downstream are broken into smaller pieces
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