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Internal and external forces that shape the earth
Transcript of Internal and external forces that shape the earth
removes soil and rock from one location on the Earth and, then transporting it to another location.
Earthquakes are usually caused by rocks underground suddenly break at a fault. This unleashes seismic waves that cause the ground to shake.
Volcanoes are caused when magma rises to the vent blowing smoke while holding in all the pressure and eventually it explodes Hot Lava!
An example of Mechanical weathering is erosion
An example of Chemical Weathering is Acid Rain
By: Morgan Davis, and India Robinson
Earth's crust that has several plates that glide over the mantle sometimes causing it to have a cooling effect.
ex. Mauna Loa, Hawaii