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Plucking and abrasion
Erosion and deposition
Where a river flows from an area of harder rock to an area of softer rock, the softer rock may wear away, eventually forming a drop called a ….
Kinetic energy changes to potential energy.
Energy is stored for future use.
Potential energy changes to kinetic energy.
Mass movement and runoff
It would lift them and carry them downsteam.
It would dissolve them completely in solution.
It would deposit them on the streambed.
Reduce friction between the water and the streambed.
Continental glaciers are much larger and thicker.
Valley glaciers cause more erosion.
Continental glaciers never melt.
There is an ice-age.
The amount of snow exceeds the amount of rain.
More snow falls than melts.
The rise and fall of the tides.
Rivers flowing into the ocean.
Wind blowing across the water’s surface.
They are carried away.
They move up and down, but do not move forward.
They slowly move backward.
Slows down or hits an obstacle.
Crosses a depression in the ground.
How much will you put on the line?
A _____ is a cone shaped deposit of calcite that builds up on the floor of a cave.
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