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landscapes geography olivia w
Updated: 8/21/2020
landscapes geography olivia w
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  • Shore Line
  • Hey Matt, I'm confused! Why are these mountains so close to the beach?
  • They have been gathering here and building up into new mountains! The oceans are also rising and coming close to the land.
  • Because of erosion! The mountains are so close because after hundreds of years they have broken apart and fallen down.
  • Mount Everest
  • I wonder why there is snow on the top of his mountain?!
  • Because the top of the mountain is so high up it is colder than down here. That's were the altitude comes in.
  • Then temperature comes in. Because it's so high up and cold the snow begins to form from the clouds.
  • There is snow on the top of the mountain because of two main things. Temperature and altitude.
  • Well, desert landscapes are formed by weathering processes. Wind pushes the sand into high dunes. Human contact also has an impact on how they look
  • Desert
  • This dessert is so cool! I wonder how it was formed?
  • Hey do you know how a mountain if formed? It's so cool!
  • Mountain
  • Well I believe that they are formed
  • Islands are so pretty, I wonder how they were formed above the water in the middle of the ocean
  • Island
  • The lava cools and then hardens to create an island.
  • Islands form when underwater or above water volcano's erupt.
  • Caves
  • Caves are so cool. But what made them look that way?
  • Caves are formed when acid water dissolves the rock, then form cavities which therefore grow bigger and form caves!
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