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The carrying away of materials from one place to another by wind, waves, water and ice is called ________.

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The carrying away of materials from one place to another by wind, waves, water and ice is called ________.


Erosion


Acid rain dissolving the surface of marble statues is an example of __________.

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Acid rain dissolving the surface of marble statues is an example of __________.


Weathering


Materials that help slow down erosion.

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Materials that help slow down erosion.


Barriers


Layers of sediment forming at the bottom of the ocean is an example of __________.

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Layers of sediment forming at the bottom of the ocean is an example of __________.


Deposition


What do you call a large body of moving ice?

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What do you call a large body of moving ice?


A glacier.


Too much of this can cause flooding.

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Too much of this can cause flooding.


Rain


Most of Earth's ___________is done by flowing water in streams which carry tons of sediment to the oceans each day.

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Most of Earth's ___________is done by flowing water in streams which carry tons of sediment to the oceans each day.


Erosion


A mudslide flowing down a steep hill is an example of ________.

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A mudslide flowing down a steep hill is an example of ________.


Erosion


The process by which material is eroded by water, wind, waves and ice and are dropped into a new place.

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The process by which material is eroded by water, wind, waves and ice and are dropped into a new place.


Deposition


This reshapes the earth's land surface by eroding rock and soil in some areas and depositing them in other areas, sometimes in seasonal layers.

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This reshapes the earth's land surface by eroding rock and soil in some areas and depositing them in other areas, sometimes in seasonal layers.


WWWI


The Great Lakes in the northern United States were created by a slowly advancing agent of erosion that ended approximately 10,000 years ago.  The Great Lakes were created by the slow advance of _________.

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The Great Lakes in the northern United States were created by a slowly advancing agent of erosion that ended approximately 10,000 years ago.  The Great Lakes were created by the slow advance of _________.


Glaciers


What do you call the breaking down and wearing away of rock material.

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What do you call the breaking down and wearing away of rock material.


Weathering


Wind blasting sand at rock and carving out arches is an example of _________.

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Wind blasting sand at rock and carving out arches is an example of _________.


Weathering


This can scrape a mountain and create a deep valley.

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This can scrape a mountain and create a deep valley.


A glacier


After a hurricane, sometimes the beaches look different and there is not as much sand.  Why?

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After a hurricane, sometimes the beaches look different and there is not as much sand.  Why?


Erosion


This is constantly changing and consists of useful resources.

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This is constantly changing and consists of useful resources.


Earth's surface


Deltas forming at the mouths of rivers is caused by?

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Deltas forming at the mouths of rivers is caused by?


Deposition


A natural structure on the Earth's surface is called a __________.

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A natural structure on the Earth's surface is called a __________.


Landform 


Waves dropping sand on the beach is an example of ___________.

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Waves dropping sand on the beach is an example of ___________.


Deposition


What do you call water that falls to the surface of the Earth such as rain, hail, sleet or snow?

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What do you call water that falls to the surface of the Earth such as rain, hail, sleet or snow?


Precipitation


Muddy water being carried away by a fast-moving river is an example of __________.

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Muddy water being carried away by a fast-moving river is an example of __________.


Erosion


What does WWWI stand for?

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What does WWWI stand for?


Wind, Waves, Water and Ice


Water getting into cracks, freezing and breaking the rocks or pavement apart is an example of _________.

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Water getting into cracks, freezing and breaking the rocks or pavement apart is an example of _________.


Weathering


What is the name for pieces of rocks, soil, sand, shell and remains of organisms?

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What is the name for pieces of rocks, soil, sand, shell and remains of organisms?


Sediment


Deltas, canyons and sand dunes are all examples of _____________.

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Deltas, canyons and sand dunes are all examples of _____________.


Landforms


What is your favorite subject in school?


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What is your favorite subject in school?


Science!!! ;0)





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