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1 LANDFORMS VOCABULARY Clicker Presentation Created by: Cindy Jarrett Landform Vocabulary Clickers Interactive Presentation Created by: Cindy Jarrett Cindy Jarrett Teaching With Teaching Slides

2 WHAT WEARS AWAY EARTH MATERIALS BY WATER, WIND, OR ICE. PLANTS AND TREES ALONG THE RIVER BANK HELP PROTECT THE BANK FROM THIS? 1.Plate 2.Gravity 3.Erosion 4.Deposition 0 of 5

3 EROSION: WEARS AWAY EARTH MATERIALS BY WATER, WIND, OR ICE. PLANTS AND TREES ALONG THE RIVER BANK HELP PROTECT THE BANK FROM EROSION.

4 WHAT IS OFTEN USED TO DESCRIBE THE MEASUREMENT OF THE STEEPNESS, INCLINE, GRADIENT, OR GRADE OF A STRAIGHT LINE. THE HIGHER THE VALUE INDICATES A STEEPER INCLINE. 1.Ramp 2.Interval 3.Hill 4.Slope 0 of 5

5 SLOPE: SLOPE IS OFTEN USED TO DESCRIBE THE MEASUREMENT OF THE STEEPNESS, INCLINE, GRADIENT, OR GRADE OF A STRAIGHT LINE. A HIGHER SLOPE VALUE INDICATES A STEEPER INCLINE.

6 WHAT CAUSES WATER TO FLOW FROM HIGHER PLACES TO LOWER PLACES ON THE EARTH AND IN THE STREAM TABLE MODELS? 0 of 5 1.Meandering Stream 2.Gravity 3.Precipitation 4.Floodplains

7 Gravity: Gravity causes water to flow from higher places to lower places on the earth and in the stream table models.

8 SAND GRAINS KNOCKING THE PAINT OFF OF BEACH HOUSES, AND A FARMERS RICH TOPSOIL BEING BLOW AWAY ARE TWO GOOD EXAMPLES. 0 of 5 1.Sand dunes 2.Wind Erosion 3.Deposition 4.Water Erosion

9 WIND EROSION: SAND GRAINS KNOCKING THE PAINT OFF OF BEACH HOUSES, AND A FARMERS RICH TOPSOIL BEING BLOW AWAY ARE TWO GOOD EXAMPLES OF WHAT WIND EROSION CAN DO.

10 WHAT IS WATER FREEZING AND EXPANDING (ICE) BREAKING ROCKS INTO SOIL ? 0 of 5 1.Ice Erosion 2.Moraines 3.Frozen Precipitation 4.Wind Erosion

11 ICE EROSION: WATER FREEZING AND EXPANDING (ICE) BREAKS ROCKS INTO SOIL

12 A LOW AREA BETWEEN HILLS AND MOUNTAINS, WHERE A STREAM OFTEN FLOWS. 0 of 5 1.Mesa 2.River 3.Levee 4.Valley

13 VALLEY: A LOW AREA BETWEEN HILLS AND MOUNTAINS, WHERE A STREAM OFTEN FLOWS.

14 A LAND MASS THAT PROJECTS WELL ABOVE ITS SURROUNDINGS; HIGHER THAN A HILL. 0 of 5 1.Mesa 2.Mountain 3.Moraine 4.Canyon

15 MOUNTAIN: A LAND MASS THAT PROJECTS WELL ABOVE ITS SURROUNDINGS; HIGHER THAN A HILL.

16 IS THE PROCESS BY WHICH ERODED MATERIALS SETTLE OUT IN ANOTHER PLACE. IS THE PROCESS BY WHICH ERODED MATERIALS SETTLE OUT IN ANOTHER PLACE. 0 of 5 1.Deposition 2.Sediment 3.Erosion 4.Gravity

17 DEPOSITION: IS THE PROCESS BY WHICH ERODED MATERIALS SETTLE OUT IN ANOTHER PLACE.

18 THE PROCESS OF BREAKING ROCK INTO SOIL, SAND, AND OTHER TINY THE PROCESS OF BREAKING ROCK INTO SOIL, SAND, AND OTHER TINY PIECES. 0 of 5 1.Mass movement 2.Sediment 3.Weathering 4.Deposition

19 WEATHERING: THE PROCESS OF BREAKING ROCK INTO SOIL, SAND, AND OTHER TINY WEATHERING: THE PROCESS OF BREAKING ROCK INTO SOIL, SAND, AND OTHER TINY PIECES.

20 A FAN SHAPED DEPOSIT OF EARTH MATERIALS AT THE MOUTH OF A STREAM. THESE ARE CREATED BY DEPOSITION. 0 of 5 1.Stream bed 2.Moraine 3.Levee 4.Delta

21 DELTA: A FAN SHAPED DEPOSIT OF EARTH MATERIALS AT THE MOUTH OF A STREAM. DELTAS ARE CREATED BY DEPOSITION. WHEN A FAST MOVING NARROW RIVER FLOWS INTO A LARGE BODY OF WATER LIKE A LAKE OR OCEAN YOU WOULD EXPECT THE WATER TO SLOW AND A DELTA TO FORM.

22 THE DOWNHILL MOVEMENT OF ROCK AND SOIL BECAUSE OF GRAVITY 0 of 5 1.Tsunami 2.Earthquake 3.Delta 4.Mass Movement

23 MASS MOVEMENT: THE DOWNHILL MOVEMENT OF ROCK AND SOIL BECAUSE OF GRAVITY.

24 A CURVE OR LOOP IN A RIVER OR STREAM. A STREAM WHERE EROSION ON ONE BANK AND DEPOSITS ON THE OTHER BANK MAKE BIG CURVES IN THE RIVERBED. 0 of 5 1.Meandering Stream 2.Tributary 3.Stream bed 4.Alluvial Fan

25 MEANDERING STREAM: A CURVE OR LOOP IN A RIVER OR STREAM. A MEANDERING STREAM IS A STREAM WHERE EROSION ON ONE BANK AND DEPOSITS ON THE OTHER BANK MAKE BIG CURVES IN THE RIVERBED.

26 ARE DESIGNED TO HOLD BACK WATER SO THAT THE RIVER WILL NOT FLOOD ITS BANKS. THEY PROVIDE PLACES FOR PEOPLE TO BOAT SWIM AND FISH IN THE LAKE. IN SOME CASES THEY CAN PROVIDE ELECTRICITY FOR A TOWN. 0 of 5 1.Levee 2.Dam 3.Algae bloom 4.Hydroelectric plant

27 DAM: DAMS ARE DESIGNED TO HOLD BACK WATER SO THAT THE RIVER WILL NOT FLOOD ITS BANKS. DAMS PROVIDE PLACES FOR PEOPLE TO BOAT SWIM AND FISH IN THE LAKE BEHIND THAT DAM THAT IS CREATED. IN SOME CASES A DAM CAN PROVIDE ELECTRICITY FOR A TOWN.

28 THE THIN, OUTER LAYER OF EARTH. 0 of 5 1.Crust 2.Core 3.Mantle 4.Magma

29 CRUST: THE THIN, OUTER LAYER OF EARTH.

30 THE LAYER OF ROCK BENEATH EARTH’S CRUST. 0 of 5 1.Crust 2.Core 3.Mantle 4.Magma

31 MANTLE: THE LAYER OF ROCK BENEATH EARTH’S CRUST.

32 THE CENTER OF THE EARTH. 0 of 5 1.Crust 2.Magma 3.Mantle 4.Core

33 CORE: THE CENTER OF THE EARTH CORE: THE CENTER OF THE EARTH.

34 THE VERTICAL DISTANCE BETWEEN CONTOUR LINES ON THIS IS THE CONTOUR INTERVAL. 0 of 5 1.Resource Map 2.Elevation Map 3.Contour Interval Map 4.Political Map

35 CONTOUR INTERVAL MAP: THE VERTICAL DISTANCE BETWEEN CONTOUR LINES IS THE CONTOUR INTERVAL.

36 A SECTION OF A STREAM FLOWING INTO A LARGER STREAM. A BRANCH THAT FLOWS INTO THE MAIN STREAM. 0 of 5 1.Tributary 2.Mouth 3.Channel 4.Meandering stream

37 TRIBUTARY: OF A STREAM; FLOWING INTO A LARGER STREAM. A BRANCH THAT FLOWS INTO THE MAIN STREAM.

38 A V-SHAPED GORGE WITH STEEP SIDES ERODED BY A STREAM. THESE ARE CREATED BY EROSION. ONE OF THE LARGEST AND OLDEST IS LOCATED IN ARIZONA. 0 of 5 1.Basin 2.Plate 3.Canyon 4.Mountain

39 CANYON: A V-SHAPED GORGE WITH STEEP SIDES ERODED BY A STREAM. CANYONS ARE CREATED BY EROSION

40 THE SUBSTRATE OF THE STREAM CHANNEL BETWEEN THE ORDINARY HIGH WATER MARKS. THE SUBSTRATE MAY BE BEDROCK OR INORGANIC PARTICLES THAT RANGE IN SIZE 0 of 5 1.Deltas 2.Stream bed 3.Crust 4.Fossils

41 STREAM BED: THE SUBSTRATE OF THE STREAM CHANNEL BETWEEN THE ORDINARY HIGH WATER MARKS. THE SUBSTRATE MAY BE BEDROCK OR INORGANIC PARTICLES THAT RANGE IN SIZE

42 A BREAK OR PLACE WHERE PIECES OF EARTH’S CRUST MOVE. 0 of 5 1. Fault 2. Plate 3. Mantle 4. Core

43 FAULT: A BREAK OR PLACE WHERE PIECES OF EARTH’S CRUST MOVE.

44 THE RIGID BLOCKS OF CRUST AND UPPER MANTLE BLOCK. 0 of 5 1.Volcano 2.Pangaea 3.Landforms 4.Plates

45 PLATE: THE RIGID BLOCKS OF CRUST AND UPPER MANTLE BLOCK.

46 A HOT, SOFT ROCK FROM EARTH’S LOWER MANTLE. 0 of 5 1.Sedimentary 2.Magma 3.Igneous 4.Metamorphic

47 MAGMA: A HOT, SOFT ROCK FROM EARTH’S LOWER MANTLE.

48 A MOUNTAIN FORMED BY LAVA AND ASH. 0 of 5 1.Volcano 2.Grand Canyon 3.Alluvial Fan 4.Mesa

49 VOLCANO: A MOUNTAIN FORMED BY LAVA AND ASH.

50 A THEORY OF HOW EARTH’S CONTINENTS MOVE OVER IT’S SURFACE. 0 of 5 1.Theory of Relativity 2.Mass Movement 3.Continental Drift 4.Kinetic Motion

51 CONTINENTAL DRIFT: A THEORY OF HOW EARTH’S CONTINENTS MOVE OVER IT’S SURFACE.

52 THE REMAINS OR TRACES OF PAST LIFE FOUND IN SEDIMENTARY ROCK. 0 of 5 1.Fossil 2.Pangaea 3.Magma 4.Obsidian

53 FOSSIL: THE REMAINS OR TRACES OF PAST LIFE FOUND IN SEDIMENTARY ROCK.

54 A SUPER CONTINENT CONTAINING ALL OF EARTH’S LAND AND EXISTED ABOUT 225 MILLION YEARS AGO. 0 of 5 1.Fossils 2.Mantle 3.Bedrock 4.Pangaea

55 PANGAEA: A SUPER CONTINENT CONTAINING ALL OF EARTH’S LAND AND EXISTED ABOUT 225 MILLION YEARS AGO.

56 A PLACE WHERE GROUNDWATER FLOWS TO THE SURFACE AND ISSUES FREELY FROM THE GROUND. 0 of 5 1.Waterfall 2.Natural Springs 3.Tributary 4.Meandering stream

57 NATURAL SPRINGS: A PLACE WHERE GROUNDWATER FLOWS TO THE SURFACE AND ISSUES FREELY FROM THE GROUND.

58 A MAP THAT INDICATES THE ELEVATION – USING BIRDS EYE VIEW AND CONTOUR LINES. 0 of 5 1.Elevation Map 2.Political Map 3.Contour Interval map 4.Resource Map

59 ELEVATION MAP: A MAP THAT INDICATES THE ELEVATION – USING BIRDS EYE VIEW AND CONTOUR LINES.

60 AN ISOLATED, BROAD, FLAT-TOPPED HILL HAVING AT LEAST ONE STEEP CLIFF. 0 of 5 1.Volcano 2.Mountain 3.Canyon 4.Mesa

61 MESA: AN ISOLATED, BROAD, FLAT-TOPPED HILL HAVING AT LEAST ONE STEEP CLIFF.

62 A FAN-SHAPED DEPOSIT OF EARTH MATERIALS FORMED WHERE A STREAM FLOWS FROM A STEEP SLOPE ONTO FLATTER LAND. 0 of 5 1.Delta 2.Alluvial Fan 3.Channel 4.Levee

63 ALLUVIAL FANS: A FAN-SHAPED DEPOSIT OF EARTH MATERIALS FORMED WHERE A STREAM FLOWS FROM A STEEP SLOPE ONTO FLATTER LAND.

64 A HILL OR RIDGE OF WIND-BLOWN SAND. 0 of 5 1.Sediment 2.Deposition 3.Sand dunes 4.Mesa

65 SAND DUNES: A HILL OR RIDGE OF WIND-BLOWN SAND.

66 ARE ERODED EARTH MATERIALS THAT HAVE BEEN DEPOSITED. 0 of 5 1.Magma 2.Sediments 3.Deposition 4.Fossils

67 SEDIMENTS: ARE ERODED EARTH MATERIALS THAT HAVE BEEN DEPOSITED.

68 AN ACCUMULATION OF BOULDERS, STONES, OR OTHER DEBRIS CARRIED AND DEPOSITED BY A GLACIER. 0 of 5 1.Moraines 2.Alluvial fan 3.Sediment 4.Canyon

69 MORAINES: AN ACCUMULATION OF BOULDERS, STONES, OR OTHER DEBRIS CARRIED AND DEPOSITED BY A GLACIER.

70 TWO DIMENSIONAL REPRESENTATIONS OF THREE DIMENSIONAL SURFACES DIRECTLY OVERHEAD. 0 of 5 1.Elevation Maps 2.Topographic Maps 3.Globe 4.Political Maps

71 TOPOGRAPHIC MAPS- TWO DIMENSIONAL REPRESENTATIONS OF THREE DIMENSIONAL SURFACES DIRECTLY OVERHEAD.

72 A STEEP TO VERTICAL DESCENT OF A STREAM CHANNEL. 0 of 5 1.Waterfall 2.Natural Springs 3.Channel 4.River

73 WATERFALL: A STEEP TO VERTICAL DESCENT OF A STREAM CHANNEL.

74 IS THE COURSE OF PATH THE WATER TAKES IN A STREAM OR RIVER. 0 of 5 1.Flood plain 2.Stream bed 3.Meandering stream 4.Channel

75 CHANNEL: IS THE COURSE OF PATH THE WATER TAKES IN A STREAM OR RIVER.

76 IS A LOW AREA IN WHICH SEDIMENTS ARE OFTEN DEPOSITED IS A LOW AREA IN WHICH SEDIMENTS ARE OFTEN DEPOSITED. 0 of 5 1.Flood plain 2.Canyon 3.Basin 4.Natural Springs

77 BASIN: IS A LOW AREA IN WHICH SEDIMENTS ARE OFTEN DEPOSITED.

78 AN EMBANKMENT ALONG A STREAM THAT PROTECTS LAND FROM FLOODING. THIS STRUCTURE CAN BE NATURAL OR CONSTRUCTED. 0 of 5 1.Levee 2.Alluvial Fan 3.Dam 4.Channel

79 LEVEE: AN EMBANKMENT ALONG A STREAM THAT PROTECTS LAND FROM FLOODING. LEVEES CAN BE NATURAL OR CONSTRUCTED.

80 WHERE A STREAM ENTERS ANOTHER BODY OF WATER. 0 of 5 1.Channel 2.Basin 3.Mouth 4.Tributary

81 MOUTH: WHERE A STREAM ENTERS ANOTHER BODY OF WATER.

82 AN ISOLATED ELEVATION IN THE LAND, USUALLY NO MORE THAN 30 M FROM BASE TO PEAK. 0 of 5 1.Hill 2.Valley 3.Mountain 4.Mesa

83 HILL: AN ISOLATED ELEVATION IN THE LAND, USUALLY NO MORE THAN 30 M FROM BASE TO PEAK.

84 LAND THAT GETS COVERED WITH WATER DURING A FLOOD. 0 of 5 1.Waterfall 2.Floodplain 3.Sand dunes 4.Levee

85 FLOODPLAIN: LAND THAT GETS COVERED WITH WATER DURING A FLOOD.


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