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Definition Erosion is the picking up and carrying away of pieces of weathered rock.
Erosion happens when the crust is exposed to:Water Wind Ice
Water Erosion Moving water can push and carry things along with it.Helped to create the Grand Canyon Causes beaches to disappear in the U.S. Forms deltas Most common type of erosion
The Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon
Wind Erosion Wind picks up small particles and moves them.Can deposit sand in large piles called sand dunes. Great factor in the 1930’s Dust Bowl
Glacial Erosion Glaciers wear away the land as they move over it; ice freezes onto rock and scrapes away the surfaces. How the Great Lakes were formed Least common type of erosion.
Name That Source of Erosion
What type of Erosion?
What type of erosion?
What type of erosion?
What type of erosion?
What is Erosion and How is it Different than Weathering Weathering is the breaking down of rock into smaller pieces. Erosion is the MOVEMENT of these.
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Changes to the Earth’s Surface: Erosion. 5.7B Earth’s surface is constantly changing and consists of useful resources. Recognize how landforms such as.
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Sand dunes, Canyons and Deltas 5 th grade Science.
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What is Erosion? Erosion is the process by which weathered material is removed and carried from one place to another.
Slow Changes to Earth’s Surface Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition from Ice, Water, and Wind.
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Weathering Notes Weathering: Breaking of rocks into Piece - Sediment.
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Constructive & Destructive Forces on Landforms
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Waterwindice. waterwindice waterwindiceplants Deltas and beaches are formed when sediments are dropped. Sediments form sand dunes when wind slows down.
5 minute check November 6, 2013 What is the difference between a constructive and a destructive force ? The student will describe how landforms.
The Grand Canyon and The Dust Bowl Erosion and Weathering.
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By Brynna Parmelee. Like the examples in the picture this is what happens with weathering of rocks.
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Chapter 2 Landforms. Landform A natural land shape or feature.
Earth’s Land The impact of waves, wind, water and ice on the earth’s land is what causes erosion. ci.uofl.edu/tom/photos/ Hawaii/oahu-waves.jpg.
RAP: 1.____type of mechanical weathering when water freezes and melts in the cracks of rocks 2._____ type of chemical weathering where metals react with.
Changes to the surface of the Earth….. Slow Vs. Fast Fast Changes Volcanic eruptions Earthquakes Mudslides Landslides Slow Changes Erosion Weathering.
Different Landforms Chapter 3, Lesson 2. Landforms are the natural structures or features on Earth’s surface. Landforms are the natural structures or.
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.
Landform Activity for review. DESTRUCTIVE WEATHERING EXTREME TEMPERATURE #1 A rock heats in the desert sun, cools at night, and cracks.
External Forces that Shape the Earth. Erosion Occurs when weathered material is moved by the action of wind, water, ice, or gravity There are several.
External Forces of Change Weathering & Erosion. Weathering breaks down rocks on Earth’s surface into smaller pieces Erosion wears away Earth’s surface.
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.
Erosion - The process of moving sediment from one place to another Caused by wind, water, or ice (sediment moves away)
Agents of Erosion. What is Erosion and How is it Different than Weathering Weathering is the breaking down of rock into smaller pieces. Erosion is the.
Weathering and Erosion Weathering is… When rocks are broken apart and create sediments.
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EROSION NOTES EROSION: The process by which weathered rock and soil particles are moved from one place to another.
Erosion & Deposition. EROSION Erosion= movement of sediment by ice, wind, water, or gravity Is erosion constructive, destructive, or both? Why?
Erosion & Deposition. DEFINITIONS Erosion Brainstorm: 1) What is it? 2) What can cause it? 3) How does erosion change the surface of the Earth? - Possible.
External Forces of Change Weathering & Erosion. 1. Explain the difference b/w weathering & erosion. Weathering breaks down rocks on Earth’s surface.
What landform am I? Canyon Which agent(s) changed me? Water Wind Ice.
Erosion. Beach Erosion This is an erosion that is caused by water.
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