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Post-Glacial Modifications K.I. 3 b
Modification by a High energy Event within the existing geomorphological environment Alluvione from Mt. Huascaran destroying Yungay and leaving deposits in a U Shaped Valley
Maen Llia – facing south – Post Glacial south facing Valley in Brecon Beacons
Llia Valley – and Fluvial V notch cut since end of Ice Age
Post Glacial scree And weathering of scree - Llyn Cau, Cader Idris
Cwm Amarch entering Tal-Y-Llyn (post Glacial Alluvial Fan)
The site of Keswick – post glacial alluvial deposition.
Earth Movement modifications…. Hveragerdi, Southern Iceland
Jura – Scottish west Coast – waterfall from raised cliff. Rejuvenation of river
Geiranger fjord and ferry - Norway
Dalmatian Type drowned coast British Columbia Canada
Corrie, cirque, cwm – hollow where a glacier formed Armchair shaped hollow – usually northerly aspect in UK and N. Hemisphere. Steep back wall e.g. Llyn.
The Influence of Geology in the Development of Glacial Landforms. ionalfea.jpg.
High Energy Events And longer intervening periods of relative stability How do they influence the evolution of glaciated landscapes?
EVIDENCE FOR ISOSTATIC AND EUSTATIC SEA LEVEL CHANGES What does isostatic mean? What does eustatic mean? Which is changing in these photos – land level.
Changes in Relative Sea Levels And their associated landforms.
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Earth’s Surface Chapter 3 Erosion and Deposition 1.Review and Reinforce 2.Lesson Quiz Answer Keys.
Landforms, Water, and Natural Resources Chapter 4.
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Glaciation in Snowdonia - Some Post-Glacial Changes to the Landscape.
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The Study of Earth’s Landforms. Where Do You Live? =
Desert landforms – importance of water? Erosion and deposition. Earth movements? Key Idea 1: Different forces shaping landforms.
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-
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.
Section 1 Changing Earth’s Surface Erosion movement of weathered rock and soil from one place to another.
Northern Europe. Physical geography of Northern Europe changes greatly from one location to another. Two regions make up Northern Europe.
LITHOSPHERE GLACIATION 1 Glaciation 2 Selkirk High School.
Chapter 11 Rivers & Groundwater Notes – The Active River Water Cycle water cycle – the continuous movement of water from water sources, into the.
It is a from a hill called Y Gyrn above the Storey Arms. The mountain is Fan Fawr. Here we find a watershed. To the south water runs down into the Taff.
Weathering, Erosion, & Deposition The Wearing Down and Building Up of Earth.
Erosion and Deposition Chapter 8. Changing Earth’s Surface Erosion Sediment Deposition Mass Movement Gravity Creep Mudslides Landslides Slump.
Erosion and Deposition Before we begin… Write down the following questions. You will answer these as we go through the powerpoint. 1. What is erosion?
Harry Williams, Geomorphology1 COASTS (Note: it is assumed that you know the basics of coastal geomorphology - the following is a brief review). At coastlines.
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.
What Causes this Landform? Answers. A canyon is an example of a landform caused by erosion by a river.
© Boardworks Ltd of 35 Coastal Processes and Features Coasts.
Geographic Landforms Pg. 26. Fjord ► A fjord (or fiord) is a narrow inlet of the sea between cliffs or steep slopes, which results from marine inundation.
Changing Earth’s Surface Changing Earth's Surface Weathering –The process that breaks down and changes rocks that are exposed at Earth’s surface 8.1.
ESTUARIES AN ESTUARY IS WHERE A RIVER MEETS THE SEA OR OCEAN.
LEQ: How do erosion and deposition affect Earth’s surface? TYPES OF LANDFORMS CAUSED BY EROSION & DEPOSITION.
LITHOSPHERE GLACIATION 1 FEATURES OF GLACIAL EROSION These are the features you will need to be able to describe, explain their formation, draw a labelled.
Unit 1 Lesson CHOICE 1CHOICE 2CHOICE 3 CHOICE CHOICE
Sealevel Changes and Landforms Miss B How does Sea level Change? There are two types of change 1- Eustatic - Global rise in sea water levels related.
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Chapter 9 Erosion and Deposition. Review terms and ideas ______________ is the material moved by erosion. SEDIMENT What materials does sediment consist.
Feeling tired and wrinkly? Need some rejuvenation? Let’s moisturize!
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Social Studies 11. What is Geography ???? A) What is Geography? Geography is the study of the Earth and its features and of the distribution of life.
Harry Williams, Geomorphology1 Geography 4350/5350 Geomorphology SYLLABUS NOTES: Prerequisite –You ARE expected to have a basic background in physical.
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Ice Ages and the Missoula Floods. Basic Glacier Types Valley Glaciers (South Cascade Glacier) Ice Sheets (Greenland)
You have learned how to interpret how landforms are the result of a combination of constructive and destructive forces such as deposition of sediment and.
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Chapter 15-1 “The Geography of Northern Europe”.
ISN 1.Glue in Economic Systems 2.Create Unit Page “US and Canada” 3.glue the US political map 4.glue the Canada political map 5.glue the physical map 6.Leave.
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