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100 200 400 300 400 Mass Movement Water Erosion Glaciers What am I? 300 200 400 200 100 500 100
Row 1, Col 1 What causes all types of mass movements? Gravity
1,2 What are the two main sources of sediment that rivers and stream carry? runoff and mass movement/
1,3 Name one place in the USA that you could find a valley glacier. Name one places you could find a continental in the Northern Hemisphere.
1,4 I am a mixture of sediments directly deposited on the surface by a glacier. What am I called when I am found along the side of a glacier? Till/ moraine
Give three examples of mass movements caused by gravity. Describe one of the three.
2,2 What is the difference between kinetic and potential energy? What happens to kinetic and potential energy as gravity pulls water down a slope? Potential is changed to kinetic
2,3 Suppose you are a geologist studying a valley glacier. What evidence might you find to prove the glacier is retreating?
2,4 I am what made Walden Pond. How was I formed? Kettle Lake
3,1 Name 4 types of mass movements Creep, slump, landslide, mudslide
3,2 Wide-slope of sediment formed when a stream leaves a mountain range? Name another landform created in this manner Alluvial fan/delta
3,3 What is it? Is it formed by erosion or deposition? See pic
3,4 I was once a a U-shaped valley but as sea-levels rose, I filled in w/ water. Name one country that has these landforms to receive the daily double. Fjord
4,1 What is sediment? Place the following sediment In order from smallest to largest: boulder, clay, pebbles, sand Material moved by erosion/ clay, sand, pebbles, boulders
4,2 Where a stream curves, in what part of the stream does the water erode its banks fastest? Explain why On the outside because the water moves fastest there compared to the inside curve.
4,3 What agent of erosion do you think caused this to happen? Do you think erosion or deposition is responsible?
4,4 I am also known as the Missouri river, a river that feeds into the Mississippi Tributary
5,1 What 3 agents of erosion are assisted by the force of gravity Glaciers and moving water, gravity itself also caused mass movement is also an agent.
5,2 Describe how gravity creates features through the course of a river, starting at the rivers source. Give three examples beginning at the rivers source. Delta, oxbow, meander, waterfall
5,3 Identify 2 features of glaciers formed by erosion and two by deposition. Cirques(E),aretes (E) /Moraine(D), kettles(D)
5,4 You can find me in a cave hanging from the ceiling. What am I made from? What type of weathering caused me to form? Be specific DD Stalactite/limestone(calcite)/ chemical
Erosion and Deposition Chapter 8. Changing Earth’s Surface Erosion Sediment Deposition Mass Movement Gravity Creep Mudslides Landslides Slump.
Water Erosion Chapter 3 Section 2 Pages Moving water is the major agent of the erosion that has shaped Earth’s land surface. Run-Off: The water.
Chapter 3 Erosion and Deposition Suppose that you fill a jar halfway with layers of gravel, sand, and soil. Then you fill the jar with water, cover it.
LEQ: How do erosion and deposition affect Earth’s surface? TYPES OF LANDFORMS CAUSED BY EROSION & DEPOSITION.
Chapter 7.1 Erosion and Deposition Changing Earth’s Surface.
DECEMBER 8, 2015 AGENTS OF EROSION. WHAT IS EROSION? Erosion is the process of weathered rocks and soil moving from one place to another Erosion moves.
Chapter 9 Erosion and Deposition. Review terms and ideas ______________ is the material moved by erosion. SEDIMENT What materials does sediment consist.
Erosion. The process by which natural forces move weathered rock and soil from one place to another.
Section 1 Changing Earth’s Surface Erosion movement of weathered rock and soil from one place to another.
APRIL 6, 2015 AGENTS OF EROSION. REVIEW OF EROSION Erosion is the process of weathered rocks and soil moving from one place to another Erosion moves sediments-
Erosion and Deposition Chapter 9. Chapter 9 – Erosion and Deposition Weathering, erosion, and deposition act together in a cycle that wears down and builds.
Earth’s Surface Chapter 3 Erosion and Deposition 1.Review and Reinforce 2.Lesson Quiz Answer Keys.
River Features Rivers are formed by erosion due to Running Water.
Erosion and Soil Depostion Chapter 8. Section One: Changing Earth’s Surface.
The Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon in Arizona was carved out of the Earth by erosion. Erosion is the process by which weathered rock and soil are moved.
$1 Million $500,000 $250,000 $125,000 $64,000 $32,000 $16,000 $8,000 $4,000 $2,000 $1,000 $500 $300 $200 $100 Welcome.
Jeopardy Mass Movement Water GlaciersWave Wind Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Table of Contents Water Erosion Online Activity Ms. De Los Rios 6 th Grade Erosion and Deposition.
Erosion & Deposition Ch 10 8 th grade. What processes wear down and build up Earth’s surface? Gravity, moving water, glaciers, waves, and wind are all.
What is Erosion? Erosion is the process by which weathered material is removed and carried from one place to another.
Bell Work Erosion is __________________________________ ___________________________________________ Sediment is _________________________________ Gravity.
Water is responsible for a majority of all erosion on Earth Runoff - after rain the water remaining on the surface is called runoff. › As runoff moves.
Table of Contents Mass Movement Water Erosion Glacial Erosion Wave Erosion Wind Erosion Human Activity and Erosion Erosion and Deposition pg pg.
Chapter 3 Erosion and Deposition Chapter Preview 3.1 Changing Earth’s Surface 3.2 Water Erosion 3.3 Waves and Wind 3.4 Glaciers Table of Contents.
Water Erosion. Moving Water Is the major agent of erosion that has shaped Earth’s land surface. The force of a falling raindrop can loosen and pick up.
Chapter 11 Rivers & Groundwater Notes – The Active River Water Cycle water cycle – the continuous movement of water from water sources, into the.
Chapter 3 Review Test Questions Included!. Erosion and Deposition What is the major agent of erosion that shapes Earth? What are the four types of mass.
Ch.9 Changing Earth’s Surface. Section 2: Water Erosion Runoff and Erosion – Moving water is the major agent of the erosion that has shaped Earth’s land.
Unit 1 Lesson CHOICE 1CHOICE 2CHOICE 3 CHOICE CHOICE
What is the MAJOR agent of erosion that has shaped Earth’s land surface? Moving water Water moving over land’s surface is called runoff. This may cause.
Glaciers. Geologists define a glacier as any large mass of ice that moves slowly over land. There are two types of glaciers: Continental glaciers Valley.
Erosion and Deposition Chapter 3. Mass Movement Lesson 1.
TRANSPORTATION & DEPOSITION in a Stream System.
Erosion and Deposition Erosion – is the process by which weathered rock and soil particles are moved from one place to another. Deposition – Sediments.
Stream Development. Objective 1. Define deposition as the process by which Earth materials carried by wind, water, or ice settle out and are deposited.
Unit 4 Study Guide Weathering and Erosion. _____________ are ridges of till left behind when a glacier stops moving forward. Moraines.
Erosion and Deposition. Breaking Down Processes Weathering The breaking down of the earth’s material by natural processes. Erosion The process by which.
Runoff Streams Rivers Water picks up particles of clay, sand, and gravel as it moves along Earth’s surface Small grooves form – called rills.
Weathering and Erosion Essential Question: How does weathering and erosion shape our Earth?
Water Erosion. Runoff and Erosion Moving water is a major agent of the erosion that has shaped Earth’s land surface. When it rains, some water sinks into.
Erosion and Deposition Changing Earth’s Surface Water Erosion The Force of Moving Water Glaciers Waves Wind Table of Contents.
Jeopardy!. Weathering GravityWindGlaciersWater.
Water Erosion Chapter 9 Section 2. Runoff and Erosion Moving water is the major agent of the erosion that has shaped Earth’s land.
Work and Energy Energy is the ability to do work or cause change. Two Types of Energy: Potential Energy = energy that is stored in an object due to.
What is erosion? -Erosion is the removal of rock particles and soil from an area -Erosion requires energy (usually supplied by gravity)
EROSION- The transport of weathered materials….
EROSION AND DEPOSITION. Runoff and Erosion Precipitation over the United States averages about 75 cm per year. About 22.5 cm becomes runoff. Generally,
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Glaciers Changing Earth’s Surface. 5 Agents of Erosion Gravity Running Water Glaciers Waves Wind.
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