Chapter 5 Lesson 1 Earth Pages 202-209. The Earth’s surface has many natural features called landforms. These landforms are shaped by wind and water. That’s called erosion.
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These landforms are shaped by wind and water. That’s called erosion.
As water flows quickly downhill, it carries with it soil. When the water slows and empties into an ocean, it forms a delta.
We live in the Susquehanna River drainage basin.
There are features on the floor of the ocean as well. There are underwater mountains, trenches, and volcanoes.
The crust is brittle and can crack easily. Earth’s landforms and underwater features are found on the crust.
The mantle is solid, but can move or change shape at high pressure and temperatures.