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Erosion is the mechanical wearing away of rock. Box style
Transport is the movement of eroded material by the river. Knees up march…
Material may float in a river- called floatation. Wavy arms…
Saltation is when material is bounced along the riverbed. Clenched fist
Material may be dragged across the riverbed. Pull it down
Suspension is when material is held by the water. Warm hug
Solution is when material is dissolved in the water. Jazz hands
Deposition is when the river drops material it has carried. Please be seated…
TransportFlotationSaltationDragged SuspensionDissolvedDepositionErosion Illustrate the different processes in cartoon fashion.
Lesson 3 – page 3. To learn what is erosion: Abrasion Hydraulic action Attrition Solution To learn what is transportation: Traction Saltation.
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CC- Aerial Photography Please answer the following questions.
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TRACTION SALTATION SUSPENSION SOLUTION Particles of rock are dissolved in the water and carried along without being seen. Large boulders and rocks are.
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Coasts are different because of EEEEROSION CCCCoastal Erosion is the wearing away of the land by the sea. DDDDifferent types of rocks wear.
The Work of Streams Erosion – water causes loose particles to be moved through abrasion, grinding, or by dissolving soluble material. Sediment Transport.
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Destructive Forces How is our Earth’s surface worn down?
Weathering Weathering is the process that breaks down rock and other substances at Earth’s surface. Erosion Erosion is the movement of rock particles.
The Work of Streams Erosion Destroys the land. The Work of Streams Erosion Destroys the land Deposition Makes new land.
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