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Dynamic Earth Unit 1 Lessons 2 - 4
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Chemical & Physical
2 types of weathering
Row 1, Col 1
The movement of soil from one
place to another.
Define erosion
1,2
A stream slows down and
deposits sediment on land over
time.
Causes an alluvial fan to form
1,3
Acidic water dissolves rocks
underwater to form a cavern.
Way in which erosion by
groundwater creates a landform
1,4
A cave or a chamber in a cave.
Define cavern
1,5
Running Water
Main agent that causes a
Valley to form
2,1
Where the river enters the ocean.
The place where a delta
is formed
2,2
It moves rocks above ground where it is
exposed to wind and rain.
The gopher tortoise
causes physical weathering
in this way
2,3
Water that is below the Earth’s
surface
Define groundwater
2,4
Where land and a body of water
meet.
Define shoreline
2,5
Forms good soil for faming
Reason why loess is
valuable
3,1
Dust blown by wind making
layers of dust build up.
Way Loess is formed
3,2
Underground cavern
What landform is mainly created
by erosion by groundwater?
3,3
Wind
What mainly causes sand dunes?
3,5
Plant roots and ice
Two factors that cause cracks in
rocks to grow larger
3,4
Water speed and erosion increase
Two factors that would increase
if the slope of a stream was
increased
4,1
Gravity
Force that mainly causes
landslides, rock falls,
and mudslides
4,2
Rain
Weather condition that
mainly causes landslides,
rock falls, and mudslides
4,3
Release acid into soil increasing
chemical weathering.
The way decaying leaves
affect rocks in the soil
4,4
Melting ice blocks and Sediment
Needed for kettle lakes to form
4,5
Cave
Landform most likely
formed beneath a sinkhole
5,1
Slow Mass movement caused by
gravity
Define Creep.
5,2
River water slowing down as it
enter the ocean
Causes the deposition of
sand at a delta
5,3
Marble
Type of rock most
affected by acids
5,4
A shape change due to exposure to
wind/a change in size
Define abrasion.
5,5