Earths Forcesby Laura Moore
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Druid Arch. N.d. Flickr. Web. 16 July 2016. <https://www.flickr.com/photos/snowpeak/26722744134/in/photolist-GHp3PQ-ohuWbK-oihhPF-8qwNXH-7w7kZX-7w26LM-4rr8ea>.
Erosion: the process in which wind, water, ice, or other things move pieces of rock and soil over Earth's surface Now the Earth Opens Up: 5ft Gullies across Devon Fields after Torrential Rain Washes Away Soil. N.d. Mail Online. By Mark Duell. Web. 17 July 2016. <http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2551912/Severe-soil-erosion-causes-5ft-gullies-field-without-crops-prior-heavy-winter-rain.html>.
Weathering: the breaking down of rock into smaller pieces by the action of wind, rain, and temperature change. Delicate Arch in Arches National Park near Moab, Utah. (Courtesy of Flickr user Dimitry.S.)
Sedimentary rocks: formed when sediment, minerals and organic fragments, is deposited and becomes tightly compacted into layers Sedimentary Rock. <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sedimentary_rock>.
Principle of Superposition: the youngest layers (formed last) are on the Earth’s surface; The oldest layers (formed first) are on the bottom N.d. Web. <https://app.discoveryeducation.com/glossary/view/assetGuid/a35e1a74-9184-4302-bc55-0f7bf661b426>.
Deposition: dropping of weathered materials in a new place N.d. Web. <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sediment>.
Canyon: a long, deep, narrow valley with steep cliff walls, cut into the Earth by running water N.d. Web. <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geology_of_the_Bryce_Canyon_area>.
Essential Questions: What is the difference between a constructive and destructive force? How can a force be both destructive and constructive at the same time? How do these transformations change the surface of The Earth? What kinds of renewable and nonrenewable resources are created by these fo...
Fossils: remnant or trace of an organism of a past geologic age, such as a skeleton or leaf imprint, embedded and preserved in the Earth's crust and as frozen perfectly preserved organisms N.d. Web. <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paleontological_sites_of_Lebanon>.
Fossil fuels: coal, oil and natural gas formed from the accumulated remains of ancient plants and animals over millions of years N.d. Web. <http://www.freestockphotos.biz/stockphoto/2220>.
Interactive image created by Laura Moore. For more technology integration ideas please visit my blog: Learn Moore Stuff. Follow me on Twitter: @LearnMooreStuff #vocabulary #earthscience
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