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glacier

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Elijah mckinney

on 3 February 2016

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Transcript of glacier

land Forms: By Elijah mckinney & TyJanae Nelson
glacier
a glacier is a
slowly moving mass or river of ice formed by snow on mountains or poles
sand dunes
Deltas
Deltas are formed by sediment that has been deposited from rivers that erode the sediment
canyon
A deep gorge formed from a
long time of erosion
volcano are formed when magma from within earths upper mantle works its way to the surface. Over a long period of time as the valcano continues to errupt it will get bigger
volcano
Hills
Hills are elevations of the earths surface that have distinct summits, but are lower in elavation

islands
islands are formed when ever a volcano erupts it eventually breaks the waters surface and when the top of the top volcano comes out it forms a new island

mountains
mountains are formed when tectonic plates form a volcano which erupts and forms a mountain in a very
slow
process
caves
caves are formed when dissolution limestone.when rain water picks up carbon dioxide from the air it turns the soil into weak acid which slowly turns into a cave
headlands are formed when the sea attacks a section of the cost with alternating bands of hard and soft rocks
headlands
a sand dune is a mound of sand formed by the wind, usually along a beach or a desert.
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