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Transcript
Deforming the Earth's Crust
Chapter 4 Lesson 4
Learning Target:
LT#9
I can predict how the Earth’s surface will
change at the different types of lithospheric
plate boundaries.
DEFORMATION
DEFORMATION IS WHEN THE SHAPE OF
THE ROCK IS CHANGED DUE TO STRESS.
COMPRESSION: A SQUEEZING STRESS
(LIKE AT A CONVERGENT BOUNDARY)
TENSION: A STRETCHING STRESS
(LIKE AT A DIVERGENT BOUNDARY)
FOLDING
FOLDING: BENDING DUE TO STRESS
ANTICLINE: UPWARD FOLD (ARCH)
SYNCLINE: DOWNWARD FOLD (TROUGH)
MONOCLINE: FOLD WITH HORIZONTAL
ENDS
FAULTS
FAULT: A BREAK IN ROCK WHERE
MOVEMENT OCCURS.
NORMAL FAULT: WHEN ROCKS ARE
PULLED APART (HANGING WALL DROPS)
REVERSE FAULT: WHEN ROCKS ARE
PUSHED TOGETHER (HANGING WALL
RISES)
STRIKE-SLIP FAULT: HORIZONTAL
MOVEMENT (LIKE A TRANSFORM
BOUNDARY)
MOUNTAIN BUILDING
FOLDED MOUNTAINS: AT CONVERGENT
BOUNDARIES WHERE PLATES COLLIDE.
FAULT-BLOCK MOUNTAINS: WHERE
NORMAL FAULTS OCCUR.
VOLCANIC MOUNTAINS: MAGMA THAT
RISES TO THE SURFACE AND ERUPTS.
UPLIFT AND SUBSIDENCE
UPLIFT: THE RISING OF REGIONS OF THE
CRUST TO HIGHER ELEVATIONS.
SUBSIDENCE: THE SINKING OF REGIONS
OF THE CRUST TO LOWER ELEVATIONS.
(HOT ROCK COOLING)
EROSION
LT#10
I can describe how moving water shapes
the surface of the Earth by the process of
erosion.
WEATHERING, EROSION, AND
DEPOSITION
WEATHERING: PROCESS IN WHICH
WATER, WIND, ICE, AND HEAT BREAK
DOWN ROCK.
AS WATER FLOWS OVER ROCK, IT CAN
ERODE THE ROCK.
EROSION: WIND, WATER, ICE, OR
GRAVITY TRANSPORTS SOIL AND
SEDIMENT FROM ONE LOCATION TO
ANOTHER.
WEATHERING, EROSION, AND
DEPOSITION
DEPOSITION: THE PROCESS IN WHICH
MATERIAL IS LAID DOWN