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Chapter 7, Lesson 1 Earth’s Changing Crust fault geologist magma lava weathering erosion deposition surveyor elevation seismograph tension compression shear
fault – a crack in the Earth’s crust
geologist – scientists who study Earth
magma – hot, molten rock beneath the earth’s surface
lava – magma that reaches the earth’s surface
weathering – the breaking down of the materials of the earth’s crust Click on this picture to explore different types of weathering.
erosion – is the picking up and carrying away of weathered pieces of earth
deposition – the dropping of bits of rock
surveyor – people who measure the earth
elevation – the height of land above sea level
seismograph – a device used to measure vibrations of the Earth’s crust
tension – stretches or pulls the Earth’s crust apart
compression – squeezes or pushed the Earth’s crust together
shear – twists, tears, or pushes one part of the crust past another
Earth’s Changing Crust. Geologist Scientists who study the forces that make and shape the Earth “geo” refers to the earth.
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