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(Lindsay Wainwright) Interactive Workbook- Geologic Processes

by Lindsay Wainwright

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Interactive Notebook:
Geologic Processes Forming Earth Surface
Name: Lindsay Wainwright
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The Earth is a dynamic, ever changing planet. The interaction between the hydrosphere and the lithosphere reshapes the surface over and over again. It is a constant process of building up and tearing down. While we aren't alive for all the changes, the evidence is around us, and we use models to simulate the long term changes.

Let's explore four geologic processes in our workbook.
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Time-lapse video of bluff erosion on Barter Island, Alaska
Recorded June 1, 2019 - August 18, 2019
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Table of Contents
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Caves..... Page 4-5
Coastlines..... Page 6-7
Deserts..... Page 8-9
Glaciers..... Page 10-11
Mixed..... Page 12-13
Puzzles+..... Page 14
Caves
Use the box to Add 3D models for the main rock types dissolved to create caves.
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limestone rock / Kalksteinfelsen
Exotic Marble Rock
Gypsum rock
Check out the Umanose Sea Cave found in Japan
Use the slider to see cave formation before and after.
Umanose(Horseback) Sea Cave
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Earthquakes
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Use the four spaces to find images for the other ways caves are formed.
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Glaciers
Wind
Volcanoes
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Coastline Erosion
1. READ THE descriptions in the blue box. 
2. Check out the 3D models.
3. move the description to the proper landform.
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WAVE-CUT PLATFORM
These form when a sea cliff is worn back from the shore, producing a nearly level region beneath the water at the base of the cliff.
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HEADLANDS
Finger-shaped projections that form when cliffs of hard rock erode more slowly than the surrounding softer rock does.
Macmasters Headland
Move the labels to the correct Stars on the diagram
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Large crack opened by hydraulic action.
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The cave becomes larger.
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The arch is eroded and collapses.
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The stack is eroded forming a stump.
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The crack grows into a cave from hydraulic action and abrasion.
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The cave breaks through the headland forming a natural arch.
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This leaves a tall rock stack.
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Deserts
1. Try out the desert matching game.

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2. Find different images for the terms
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Abraded Rock
Desert Pavement
Dunes
Loess
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