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Erosion and Deposition (Grade 4)

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Erosion and Deposition

Erosion and deposition are likely to happen when the land does not have trees or plants.
  1. True
  2. False
Rivers deposit large amounts of material when they flown into the ocean.
  1. True
  2. False
                is the process that lays down (drops) sediment in a new location.
  1. Erosion
  2. Deposition
  3. Weathering
  4. Meandering
The process of moving pieces of soil or rock by mechanisms including gravity, wind, water, ice plants or animals its called
  1. deposition.
  2. erosion.
  3. landslide.
  4. weathering.
When                  pound against cracks in rocks on the shore they erode, and pieces of rocks break off and are carried away. The shoreline erodes, forming new landforms, such as                 .
  1. mudslide; rivers
  2. lakes; ponds
  3. waves; beaches
The rapid downhill movement of large amount of rock and soil is called a(n)
  1. erosion.
  2. landslide.
  3. avalanche.
  4. earthquake.
A large deposit of material from a river into the ocean forms an area called a                .
  1. peninsula.
  2. delta.
  3. dune.
  4. beach.
In deserts, wind deposits grains of sands in mounds called
  1. dunes.
  2. deltas.
  3. peninsulas.
  4. islands.
Large amount of snow and ice that fall rapidly down a mountain is called a(n)
  1. landslide.
  2. avalanche.
  3. erosion.
  4. deposition.
How can people help control erosion?

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