Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition - NDSS
Moving water changes the shape of the land by breaking down rocks and carrying sediments from one place to another; ocean shorelines are exposed to constant weathering and erosion from moving water and wind. Windblown sediments can shape the land and form sand dunes; glaciers carve the land and carry rocks and sediments from one place to another.


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Created: Jul 28, 2015

Updated: Aug 19, 2015

Lesson Plan

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Weathering Erosion Deposition Lesson Plan


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At the Beach Lab


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Blowin' in the Wind Lab

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