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Glacial Erosion What route does a glacier follow?
Glacial Transport Two black arrows make one blue one. Why?
Glacial Deposition Rolling down Highway 29. And up again
Coastal Erosion What happened here?
Wave Transport What is a groyne?
Wave deposition What is this?
Wind erosion A rock pedestal
Wind Transport What is happening?
Wind Deposition: barchansWhat are these made of?
River Erosion - canyon Almost vertical sides No weathering of valley sides
River erosion – ‘V’ shaped Valley Some vertical erosionOpen V shape valley because weathering attacks valley sides
Interlocking Spurs Vertical erosion River meanders around hard rock
Interlocking spurs: diagramRiver meanders around hard rock River erodes downwards
How Glaciers Move ___________________ ____________ ______ __________
Key Idea 1: Different forces shaping landforms.
Water, Landforms and People
Erosion - The process of moving sediment from one place to another Caused by wind, water, or ice (sediment moves away)
River in the Upper Course What do you think a V-shaped valley is? What do you think forms a V-shaped valley? How do you think it is formed?
V-Shaped valleys and Interlocking Spurs.
Slow Changes to Earth’s Surface
1. Why is water a major agent of chemical weathering. A
The long profile of a river
Stages of a River Stage:Upper Course 1. Source 2. Waterfall
Higher Hydrosphere The Upper Course Areas with steep gradients will have an increased velocity and so the potential for erosion is higher, especially vertical.
Tape here Chemically Weather and transport in the tropics (FREE TURN and go to Sedimentary Rocks) Physically weather and transport via rivers (go to Sedimentary.
Landforms By. Butte Wind and water erode the sides away.
Katherine. * The landforms take allot of time to form here are some examples why they take to long.
By the end of the lesson I should know:
Landforms of an Upland River R. TEES Source R USK Source.
Erosion and Deposition
By: Savannah, Abby, and Cassidy. Water Glacier Wind.
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