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Earth Science: Chapter 2 Sec 1: Landforms
Earth Science: Chapter 2 Sec 1: Landforms
Earth Science: Chapter 2 Sec 1: Landforms
Earth Science: Chapter 2 Sec 1: Landforms
Earth Science: Chapter 2 Sec 1: Landforms
Earth Science: Chapter 2 Sec 1: Landforms
Earth Science: Chapter 2 Sec 1: Landforms
Earth Science: Chapter 2 Sec 1: Landforms
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Earth Science: Chapter 2 Sec 1: Landforms

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  • 1. Earth Science Chapter 2; Section 1 Landforms Page: 78 10/04/10
  • 2. Warm – Up 10/04/10
    • What types of landforms do we have in the Los Angeles area?
  • 3. Landforms
    • Features sculpted by processes both on Earth’s surface, and resulting from forces within Earth.
  • 4. Uplift
    • Any process that moves the surface of Earth to a higher elevation.
    • Forms mountains, plateaus, and volcanoes
  • 5. Erosion
    • The wearing away of rock and soil.
    • Water, wind, ice, and gravity break apart the rocks that make up mountains.
    • Wears down mountains into flat plains
  • 6. Erosion
    • Creates valleys, canyons, and builds beaches.
  • 7. Erosion
    • Brain Pop
  • 8. Homework 10/04/10
    • Done in notebook:
    • Write out each question
    • Read textbook pages 78 – 80,
    • Then answer Chapter Review Questions: page 84: Numbers 1,2, and 3

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