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Earth's Changing Surface - Chapter 3
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Changing Earth's Surface Water Erosion Force of Moving Water Glaciers Waves and Wind
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Mass movement is caused by this force that moves material downhill
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Mass movement is caused by this force that moves material downhill
What is gravity?
TRUE OR FALSE: The processes that wear down and build up the Earth will stop in the next million years
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TRUE OR FALSE: The processes that wear down and build up the Earth will stop in the next million years
What is false? - They are neverending
Erosion wears it down, this process builds up the Earth's surface
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Erosion wears it down, this process builds up the Earth's surface
What is deposition?
Landscapes affected by creep change at this rate (speed)
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Landscapes affected by creep change at this rate (speed)
What is VERY slowly?
Sudden rainfall in a usually dry, sandy area can be dangerous and lead to this
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Sudden rainfall in a usually dry, sandy area can be dangerous and lead to this
What are mudflows?
These are the smallest grooves in land caused by runoff, together they form gullies
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These are the smallest grooves in land caused by runoff, together they form gullies
What are rills?
Gullies come together to forms these, when these things come together they form rivers
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Gullies come together to forms these, when these things come together they form rivers
What are streams?
A meander that has been cut off from the river becomes a landform called this
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A meander that has been cut off from the river becomes a landform called this
What is an oxbow lake?
One of the two landforms caused by rivers depositing sediment
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One of the two landforms caused by rivers depositing sediment
What are alluvial fans OR deltas?
When the roof of a cave collapses it can cause a sinkhole called this
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When the roof of a cave collapses it can cause a sinkhole called this
What is karst topography?
This type of energy is stored to be used later
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This type of energy is stored to be used later
What is potential energy?
Objects have this type of energy when it is in motion
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Objects have this type of energy when it is in motion
What is kinetic energy?
The force that opposes the motion of one surface as it moves across another is called this
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The force that opposes the motion of one surface as it moves across another is called this
What is friction?
Slope, volume of flow and THIS all affect how much sediment the river can erode
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Slope, volume of flow and THIS all affect how much sediment the river can erode
What is streambed shape?
When a river has obstacles in it, the water moves in all directions - a type of movement called this
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When a river has obstacles in it, the water moves in all directions - a type of movement called this
What is turbulence?
These are the two types of glaciers
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These are the two types of glaciers
What are valley glaciers and continental glaciers?
Two processes work together to erode the land through glaciers. This is when glaciers pick up rocks as they move
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Two processes work together to erode the land through glaciers. This is when glaciers pick up rocks as they move
What is plucking?
Two processes work together to erode the land through glaciers.This is when rocks drag across the land gouging and scratching it
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Two processes work together to erode the land through glaciers.This is when rocks drag across the land gouging and scratching it
What is abrasion?
Fertile land is created by glacial deposits of this
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Fertile land is created by glacial deposits of this
What is till?
This is formed when a depression left in the land by melting glaciers fills with water
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This is formed when a depression left in the land by melting glaciers fills with water
What is a kettle lake?
The energy in waves to change the land comes from this
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The energy in waves to change the land comes from this
What is wind?
These are two landforms created by waves
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These are two landforms created by waves
What are wave-cut cliff, sea arch, or sea stack?
Wind is this type of an agent of erosion
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Wind is this type of an agent of erosion
What is the weakest?
WInd forms loess and these
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WInd forms loess and these
What are sand dunes?
Wind erosion contributed the this major event in history
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Wind erosion contributed the this major event in history
What is the Dust Bowl?
This forms when a river overflows and widens the river valley - the area is very fertile
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This forms when a river overflows and widens the river valley - the area is very fertile
What is a flood plain?




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