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Landforms of North America

By: Patrick McDermott Period 1
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Patrick McDermott

on 12 February 2010

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Landforms of North America Kahoolawe is a shield volcano about
12 miles across and is the smallest
of the major Hawaiian Islands. The El Chorro Gorge is 200 meters high and 12 km west of Alora, and was formed by the Guadalhorce River Volcanic Landform Diastrophic Landform Fluvial Landform This is the Aggtelek Karst beneath the Border of Hungary and Slovakia and has been used for salt therapy to help clear mucus buildup. Landform Created By Underground Water These Badlands are located an hour North of Toronto. A badland is a type of arid terrain where softer sedimentary rocks and clay-rich soils have been extensively eroded by wind and water. Landforms of Arid Lands This is an upper Thornton Lake Cirque in North Cascades National Park and was formed by the heavy erosion from the head of an alpine glacier. Glacial Landforms This is the Glenrock Lagoon located south-west of Newcastle, New South Wales in Australia. This lagoon came into existence 6,000 years ago when the sea level stabilized after the last ice age. Coastal Landforms This is a picture of a Horst and Graben in Mill Road, Bromborough. The horst is the block being pushed upward by the faulting, and the graben is the block that has dropped due to the faulting. By: Patrick McDermott
Period 1
Dr. Swartz
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