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This is a glacier. A glacier is a big mass of ice that formed on land and moves slowly across the Earth's surface.
Surface Waves are the cause the particles in the ground to move in a rolling motion up and down
A Landslide is a fast downhill movement of loose rocks, soil, and big rocks. Rockfall and mudslides are examples of landslides.
What's an Epicenter?
Good question! A epicenter is the location on earth that is right above earthquake's focus.
Fault- it's a break in earth's lithosphere where one block moves towards, away, or past another block There are three types of fault are strike slip, normal, and reverse .
Did you catch the last thing the teacher said?
I sure did! Till is a mix of different types of sediment that was deposited by a glacier
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