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wind will pile sand into these
They can be called a fault ___________ or a folded ________________.
A hole in the earth’s surface where there is bedrock of limestone and areas of sandstone.
an U-shaped orV-shaped in the surface of the earth
not a very steep mound of land
large mass of ice and snow that moves over land
rock debris dropped by glaciers forms these features
breaking down of rocks into smaller rocks
occurs when rocks break apart
occurs when bad things in the air cause rocks to change
river and streams overflow
an opening in the Earth's surface, which allows hot magma, ash and gases to escape
gravity moves soil and material down
movement or vibration in the rocks that make up Earth’s crust
hot material above the earth’s surface
A type of landform.
A kind of landform
A kind of weathering
An example of ____________
An example of ________________ .
Sphere of solid material at Earth’s center
The vibrations that come from rocks along fault lines moving and breaking during an earthquake.
Layer of rock lying below the crust. Rocks in this region can move or slowly flow because of great pressure and high temperatures.
Liquid layer below the mantle. It is probably made of melted iron.
Solid rock that makes up Earth’s outermost layer.
a river that runs smoothly, slowly and gracefully
mature river (old river)
where the main stream of the river has cut across the narrow end and no longer flows around the loop of the bend
A fast flowing river is known as a ___________ river
a fan-shaped area the mouth of a river
leaving sediments in a new place when wind stops blowing or water stops flowing