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Grade 3 Geomorphology
Gravity can pull rocks and soil rapidly down a hill slide causing a(n)
  1. tsunami
  2. earthquake
  3. landslide
  4. volcano
Grade 3 Geomorphology
What damage can be caused by an earthquake?
  1. Cracks in the road
  2. Tornado
  3. Flooding
Grade 3 Geomorphology
A steeply raised mass of land that forms a peak at the top, and is much higher than the land around it.
  1. lake
  2. canyon
  3. plateau
  4. mountain
Grade 3 Geomorphology
An          island          is land with water ALL around it.
Grade 3 Geomorphology
A          valley          is low land between hills or mountains.
Grade 3 Geomorphology
A             peninsula             is a landform that is surrounded by water on 3 sides.
Grade 3 Geomorphology
What causes erosion?
  1. wind
  2. moving water
  3. ice
  4. all of the above
Grade 3 Geomorphology
A raised mass of land that's smaller than a mountain is called a        hill       .
Grade 3 Geomorphology
A huge body of salt water is called:
  1. pond
  2. stream
  3. ocean
  4. lake
Grade 3 Geomorphology
A/n               is a an area of land that is entirely surrounded by water and can be located in a lake or in the ocean.
  1. mountain
  2. valley
  3. island
  4. volcano
Grade 3 Geomorphology
A raised area of land with a level or flat surface is a
  1. valley
  2. plateau
  3. island
  4. canyon
Grade 3 Geomorphology
A large mound of earth and rock, usually larger than 2,000 feet is a
  1. cave
  2. river
  3. plains
  4. mountain
Grade 3 Geomorphology
A                is lowland area between higher areas such as mountains.
  1. valley
  2. canyon
  3. volcano
  4. lake
Grade 3 Geomorphology
A wide flat area on earth's surface is a
  1. plain
  2. valley
  3. plateau
  4. peninsula
Grade 3 Geomorphology
A raised area or mound of land
  1. Mountain
  2. Hill
  3. Platform
  4. Canyon
Grade 3 Geomorphology
A deep narrow valley with very steep sides.
  1. Port
  2. Canyon
  3. Bridge
  4. Crater
Grade 3 Geomorphology
                are the features of the Earth's surface.
  1. Landslides
  2. Landforms
  3. Metamorphic
  4. Floods
Grade 3 Geomorphology
Florida is a good example of a
  1. Island
  2. Wetland
  3. Plateau
  4. Peninsula
Grade 3 Geomorphology
A            landform            is a natural feature on the surface of Earth.
Grade 3 Geomorphology
Which of the following causes slow changes to Earth's surface?
  1. tsunami
  2. earthquake
  3. hurricane
  4. glacier
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