Erosion
Deposition
Plates
Constructive and Destructive Forces
Wave Erosion

100

When a natural force carries weathered particles away from a place to a new location
What is erosion

100

The process of laying down materials, such as rocks and soil
What is deposition

100

A section of the lithosphere
What is a plate

100

A force that helps the land
What is a constructive force

100

______ form when wave erode one shoreline and drop sand somewhere else.
What is beaches

200

Wind erosion can be a serious problem on _____.
What is farms

200

_______ deposit sediments downhill.
What is glaciers

200

The plate that we live on
What is North American plate

200

A force that destroys the land
What is a destructive force

200

______ may connect two bodies of water.
What is inlets

300

Sometimes erosion can result in
What is landslides

300

_______ ________ over bare fields on slopes can deposit debris downhill.
What is rainwater flowing

300

The edges where Earth's plates meet
What is plate boundaries

300

A landslide is a __________ force.
What is destructive

300

Ridges of sand that are either above or just below the water level.
What is sandbars

400

Causes of erosion can be
What is wind, flowing water, and gravity

400

Deposition makes ______ form.
What is mountains or other landforms.

400

Earthquakes happen because of
What is plate movement

400

Mountains and valleys are formed by __________ forces.
What is constructive

400

A spit that connects an island to the coastline.
What is A tombolo

500

The most common type of landform created by erosion
What is canyons

500

Over a long time, the action of glaciers wears away the bottom of a valley which becomes . ......
What is U-shaped

500

The solid, rocky outermost layer of Earth
What is the lithosphere

500

Constructive and destructive forces occur at
What is plate boundaries

500

A ____ is a moving swell or ridge of water that carries energy.
What is wave