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Updated: 1/30/2020
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  • Hello again friends today we are learning about Constructive and Destructive forces. and Welcome my friend Dr. Blue which I'm doing Destructive and he's doing Constructive forces
  • So Destructive forces are forces that tear down and wear away features on the Earth's surface. Volcanic eruptions, earthquakes,tornadoes, floods,tsunami,avalanches/ Landslides, HurricanesLike next to us a Mt. Saint Helens which destroy tons of animals homes and the forest it was besides with some farmers homes and crops.
  • Constructive force is where deposition, and natural disasters build new features on the Earth's surface. Example: Behind me Constructive force is where deposition, and natural disasters build new features on the Earth's surface.
  • Earthquakes are all so destructive this is because the shaking of the ground can strike with little to no warning, and sometimes the ferocious ground shaking can even be felt hundreds of miles away. ... Earthquakes have a similar affect on objects above Earth's surface.
  • Volcanic eruptions can be Constructive Force Volcanoes are constructive because cooled lava is good for the soil. It is destructive because the lava can start fires and burn anything that is in its way
  • see you next time, and I hope you learned about constructive and destructive forces.
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