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Butte Wind and water erode the sides away
Mesa Sides eroded by wind and water
Canyon Carved by a river
Cave Formed by tectonic forces, water erosion, chemical processes
V-shaped Valley Formed by flowing water when the channel erodes at a higher rate than the sides
U-shaped Valley Formed by glaciers
Cliff Formed by tectonic movement, earthquakes, or landslides
Arch Formed by wind abrasion and water erosion
Lake Formed by volcanoes, tectonic uplift, landslides, or glaciers
Mountain Formed by volcanoes, earthquakes, or faulting and folding of plates
Delta Formed by deposition where the mouth of a river flows into another body of water
What would the Earth look like if there wasn’t any weathering, erosion, deposition, earthquakes, volcanoes, or uplift?
Changes to the Earth’s Surface Grade 5 Science. Landforms Landforms are the physical features on the Earth’s surface such as, valleys, rivers, mountains,
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Chapter 1 Unit C Changes to Earth’s Surface. Lesson 1 Changes to Earth’s Surface Landforms: - physical features on Earth’s surface. Glaciers Mountains.
Change Over Time Lesson on Earths Landforms llhammon.
Major Concepts §Landforms are features that make up the Earth's surface. There are many kinds of landforms. §Some landforms are created by the action.
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Archipelago: A large group of islands. Atoll: a ring of coral that encloses a pool of seawater.
U-shaped Valley Valley V-shaped Valley Valley Cave Atoll.
CHANGES WITHIN THE EARTHS SURFACE CHANGES WITHIN THE EARTHS SURFACE.
Desert landforms – importance of water? Erosion and deposition. Earth movements? Key Idea 1: Different forces shaping landforms.
Chapter Menu Chapter Introduction Lesson 1Lesson 1The Erosion- Deposition Process Lesson 2Lesson 2Landforms Shaped by Water and Wind Lesson 3Lesson 3Mass.
Changes to the Earth’s surface. The changing Earth The surface of the Earth is always changing.
Chapter Introduction How do the three main types of rocks form?
Hosted by Mrs. Dempsey Mass Movement Water Erosion Glaciers What am I?
Ch. 2 “A Living Planet”. Ch. 2.1 “The Earth Inside and Out”
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The Water Cycle. Processes in the Water Cycle The water cycle is made up of 5 processes The water cycle is made up of 5 processes –Evaporation/transpiration-
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Building Up Earth’s Surface Unit C Chapter 6 Lesson 3 C24 – C29.
From RegentsEarth.com win.
Erosion Erosion = the transport of sediments from weathering. *Gravity and Water are biggest factors* 1. Streams 2. Glaciers 3. Landslides 4. Waves.
Forces Tension 1)Tension Compression 2)Compression Shearing 3)Shearing.
Earth Processes: Part 2: Hydrosphere (water) The student will be able to describe how surface and ground water affect the shape of the Earth. The student.
LANDFORMS OF OUR WORLD. Earth is divided into three layers. The outer layer is called the crust. Beneath the crust lies the mantle. The core is the innermost.
3 rd Grade Landforms Vocabulary Mrs. Thornburgs version.
Erosion and Deposition. Running Water is the most effective agent of erosion. Erosion is the process by which earth materials are moved by natural agents.
Agents of Erosion. Erosion The process by which water, ice, wind or gravity moves fragments of rock and soil.
Changes to Earth’s Surface Chapter 6. Prior Knowledge What are the layers of the Earth? What are the layers of the Earth? What causes Earth’s surface.
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