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GA Landforms

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Palmer Bush

on 22 April 2014

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Transcript of GA Landforms

Soapstone Ridge
Stone Mountain
Okefenokee Swamp
Jekyll Island
Tallulah Falls
Soapstone Ridge is both a constructive and a destructive land form. It is constructive because it was formed by running water going over it. It is destructive because it has ridges and ridges are formed when hot magma rises from the the gap between two plates and hardens to new ocean floor. The hardened magma is a ridge. Over an period of time,it came together and formed Soapstone Ridge
A Constructive forces is a process that builds up the Earth, either by depositing soil or silt in a river, or by volcanoes and lava that flows to generates new land.
A Destructive force is a process that breaks down the Earth, either through the violent actions of volcanoes and earthquakes or by the steady flow of a river.
It is a Consturtive force because
It is a destructive force because it was created by the rain which is something we can not control, but if it was made by humans or machines it would be constructive. The Okefenokee Swamp is a swamp that is toured very often in Georgia because it was of the few swamps in Georgia. The Okefenokee Swamp is place near the coast of Georgia and is known for beutiful landforms.

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