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Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition By: William Stephens
Natural Erosion Example 1 WHAT: A fallen tree in the water WHERE: In the Chattahoochee River HOW: Moving water eroded the ground around the tree
Natural Erosion Example 2 WHAT: Collapsed area on the river bank WHERE: On the Chattahoochee River HOW: Falling rain eroded the edge of the bank until the edge collapsed
Erosion Caused by Man Example 1 WHAT: A pipe near a lake WHERE: My neighborhood HOW: The pipe dumps water and erodes the land around it
Erosion Caused by Man Example 2 WHAT: A low muddy area WHERE: My backyard HOW: When the house was built, the backyard was sloped in a way that causes water to flow there and deposit mud
Deposition of Sediments Example 1 WHAT: Deposition in my creek. WHERE: In my backyard. HOW: The flow of the creek makes sediment come with it, then the sediment gets jammed in cracks.
Deposition of Sediments Example 2 WHAT: Sediment in a lake WHERE: In my neighborhood HOW: Rain washes dirt into the lake
Weathering of Rock Example 1 WHAT: cracked sidewalk WHERE: in my neighborhood HOW: when it’s cold, rain freezes, expands, and breaks the rock apart
Weathering of Rock Example 2 WHAT: cracked rock WHERE: in my backyard HOW: plant roots broke the rock apart
Erosion Slowed by Man Example 1 WHAT: Railroad ties (pieces of wood) WHERE: In my yard HOW: The wood prevents the soil and mulch up top from eroding down the hill
Erosion Slowed by Man Example 2 WHAT: A drain WHERE: In the very back of my backyard HOW: Rain goes in here instead of going through my yard and eroding it
Weathering and Erosion By: ___________. Table of Contents 1.Word Bank pg. 1 2.What I Knowpg. 6.
What causes changes to Landforms? Vocabulary: Weathering Erosion Delta Sinkhole.
True or False: The Earth’s surface has stayed the same for thousands of years. The Earth’s surface is always changing!
Changing Landscape Today’s Goal: To learn how erosion shapes the landscape around us To identify and understand the different types of erosion (e.g., splash.
Earth Science Review. What are physical features on the earth’s surface?
By Kelli. Weathering Revolutionary Cemetery,Westfield April 27, 4:30 - 5:30 pm This picture shows where weathering has occurred. Wind and rain have worn.
Slow Changes to Earth’s Surface ROW 1ROW 2ROW 3 ROW 4 ROW 5 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500.
Weathering, Erosion and Depostion. Weathering The breaking down of rocks into small particles such as sand and pebbles. There are two types of weathering:
Weathering and Erosion. Weathering The breakdown do the rocks into smaller pieces, by water, plants, ice, and wind. Weathering.
Earth’s Features. ¾ of Earth is covered by water. – Most of the water is in oceans. Earth has 7 great areas of land called continents. – North America.
Waterwindice. waterwindice waterwindiceplants Deltas and beaches are formed when sediments are dropped. Sediments form sand dunes when wind slows down.
At this very moment, although you may not see it, Earth’s land features are changing. Wind and water are working together to wear down the land in some.
This house sits on the top of a hill that is covered with loose soil and rocks. The new owners of this house have some concerns about their property. What.
Human Impact on Soil and Erosion Human Activity is the main force of speedy (accelerated) erosion. Land-Use Practices that can harm soil 1. Farming.
Forces That Shape Our Earth: Erosion and Weathering.
Weathering and Erosion. Objective: Investigate how weathering and erosion changes the Earth.
Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition. Weathering Process of breaking down rocks and other substances on the earth by heat, cold, water, or ice.
Landform Activity for review. DESTRUCTIVE WEATHERING EXTREME TEMPERATURE #1 A rock heats in the desert sun, cools at night, and cracks.
By Becki Baucom. The breaking apart of the rocks and minerals.
Weathering and Erosion 5 th Grade. What is weathering? Physical break up of the rocks on Earth’s surface into smaller pieces of sand or rock. Physical.
Wearing Down Earth’s Surface Chapter 1 Lesson 2. Mechanical Weathering.
CHAPTER 19 SECTION 4 Weathering and Erosion. Objectives Identify the causes of rock shaping due to weathering and erosion Explain how chemical weathering.
Let’s Find Out!. Erosion is the process by which the surface of the Earth gets worn down. Erosion can be caused by natural elements such as wind, rain,
Wearing Down Earth’s Surface Unit C Chapter 6 Lesson 2 C14 – C19.
Weathering and Erosion. Weathering The processes that break down rock into smaller pieces.
WeatheringAndErosion Weathering And Erosion. What is Erosion?
Changes to Earth’s Surface Chapter 9 Lesson 1: What Are Some of Earth’s Landforms? Lesson 2: What Causes Changes to Earth’s Landforms? Lesson 3: Hoe Do.
5-3.1 Explain how natural processes affect Earth's oceans and land in constructive and destructive ways.
3.7B; 4.7B; 5.7B Landforms Changing. True or False: The Earth’s surface has stayed the same for thousands of years. Think about the statement in the box.
Ch. 11: Weathering and Erosion Vocabulary: landform, weathering, erosion, glacier, deposition, sediment, delta.
Science Rocks! The Dirt on Soil by Mrs. Whittenberg’s and Mrs. Hillin’s 4 th Grade Classes.
Friends of Dinosaur Park : Erosion Control Project BY: Aleksander, Enshaal, Noah, Anthony, Haseeb, Alondra, Erin.
Landform Activity for review. DESTRUCTIVE WEATHERING #1 A rock heats in the sun and cracks.
Rocks and Erosion. Look at the layers in the rock. What kind of rock is this? It’s sedimentary rock!
Shaping Earth’s Surface Chapter 3, Lesson 5. What is weathering? Weathering is the process through which rocks or other materials are broken down.
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Earth’s Surface Changes Processes. Weathering The breaking down of rocks into smaller pieces. These pieces do not move to a new location, they simply.
Landforms 5.7B. What are landforms? The natural shapes or features on the Earth’s surface are called landforms. Many different types of landforms can.
2 Weathering, Erosion, Deposition, and Landscapes Weathering – the breakdown of rocks into smaller pieces, called sediments. Erosion – the process where.
Weathering and Erosion. 1.Weathering – The chemical and physical processes that break-down rock at Earth’s surface. 2.Mechanical weathering – The type.
Changes to Land Grades 3-5. Landforms Features on the surface of the earth such as mountains, hills, dunes, oceans and rivers.
Weathering is… The breaking apart and changing of rocks.
Water Erosion Can Cause the Formation of New Landforms.
Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition. Weathering, erosion, and deposition changes the Earth’s surface –Weathering-wears down the Earth’s surface –Erosion-moves.
Definitions: Weathering: the break-up of rock at earth’s surface Erosion: the physical removal and transport of rock material by water, wind or ice.
Weathering and Erosion By: Samuel Li. Through weathering and erosion, Earth changes everyday, either by dropping sediments to form a layer, or by wearing.
VocabularyTools Slow Processes Rapid Processes
CHAPTER 7 UNIT 2. The material moved by erosion is called ___________________.
Chapter 2: Landforms of Georgia Lesson 2: What Causes Changes To Landforms? S5E1a: Student will identify features caused by constructive processes. S5E1b:
Natural Agents of Change. Earths surface changes constantly. Natural processes that occur on the Earths surface change the shape of the land. These processes.
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