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Erosion Erosion = the transport of sediments from weathering. *Gravity and Water are biggest factors* 1. Streams 2. Glaciers 3. Landslides 4. Waves
Streams Running water carries sediment downstream Scours bedrock Carves V-shaped gorges.
Vocabulary Suspended Load = particles suspended in stream. Bed Load = particles rolling on bottom (abrasion polishes rocks). Discharge = amount of water flowing past a given point.
Sheet Erosion = flows in sheet over flat land.
Rill and Gully
Stream Evolution 1.Youth = head, high elevation, steep slope, rapid erosion, V-shaped valley 2.Middle Age = Small streams merge to form tributaries, gentler slopes, stream begins to meander.
Old Age Gentler slope, meander widens, reaches mouth. Mouth = where stream meets ocean or lake. Sediment deposits form delta or alluvial fan.
Erosion and Deposition
9: Running Water Basins: land area that contributes water to a river system Divide: separates different drainage basins Ex. Drainage basin of Mississippi.
Guided Notes on Erosion and Deposition
The transport of weathered materials…
How Do Rivers Change the Land?
Chapter 9 Water Erosion and Deposition
Unit 2: Erosion and Deposition by Water
HYDROLOGIC CYCLE Precipitation Runoff or infiltration(groundwater flow and plant uptake) Flow to and/or gather in basin Evapotranspiration into air Condensation.
Mr. Skirbst Life Science Topic 21
Surface Water Streams and Rivers Stream Erosion and Deposition
Erosion and Deposition Changing Earth’s Surface
Water Erosion Chapter 3 Section 2.
Chapter 3 Section 2 Pages 72-81
Chapter 6: Erosion & Deposition
Objectives Describe how surface water can move weathered materials.
Rivers are formed by erosion due to Running Water.
A.Erosion – The transportation of weathered sediments 1. Agents of Erosion or Transport Systems: a. Running water b. Wind c. Glaciers d. Waves & Tidal.
RIVER FORMATION EARTH’S GRAVITATIONAL FORCE PULLS OBJECTS TOWARD IT’S CENTER OF MASS. WATER FALLING DOWN A SLOPE IS EVIDENCE OF GRAVITY. AS OBJECTS DROP.
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