Constructive & Destructive Forces Vocabulary Review
A natural land shape or feature, such as mountains, plains, or valleys.
A hill of sand, made and shaped by wind
An area of new land at the mouth of a river, formed from sediments carried by the river
A break in the earth's crust
A mountain that forms as molten rock flows through a crack onto the Earth's surface
Melted, or molten, rock beneath Earth's surface
Molten rock that reaches Earth's surface
A movement of the ground caused by a sudden release of energy in the Earth's crust.
A machine that records movement in the Earth's crust
Dropping, or depositing, sediment into a new location
The process of moving sediment by wind, moving water, or ice
The process of wearing away ROCKS by natural means
A man made structure made to stop the flow of a river
A wall of earth or concrete built along the banks of a waterway
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