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constructive forces vs destructive forces
Updated: 2/3/2020
constructive forces vs destructive forces
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by: Collin Rathbun

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  • Today I will be showing you 2 destructive, 2 constructive, and 1 of the constructive and destructive force.
  • This are rocks that were eroded from water. This made the rocks a different shape from the original. This makes it a destructive force.
  • These are glaciers. They are melting at a rapid speed. This is a destructive force because it is destroying the the glaciers.
  • Deposition of sediments is the 2nd part of water erosion. Water picks up rocks and sand and other things. They then deposit them elsewhere.
  • Deposition is the movement of sand on beaches to create sand dunes. This is constructive force.
  • This is a tornado. Tornados are constructive and destructive forces. This is because it can create erosions. which can make it deposit onto seamounts causing islands to form. The tornado is still destructive though because of the damage it can do to homes and property Click To EditThis is a tornado. Tornadoes are a destructive and constructive forces. This is because the tornadoes create erosions which end up depositing which can end up making new islands. Help Insert ParagraphUndoes the last commandRedoes the last commandTabUntabSet a bold styleSet a italic styleSet a underline styleSet a strikethrough styleClean a styleSet left alignSet center alignSet right alignSet full alignToggle unordered listToggle ordered listOutdent on current paragraphIndent on current paragraphChange current block's format as a paragraph(P tag)Change current block's format as H1Change current block's format as H2Change current block's format as H3Change current block's format as H4Change current block's format as H5Change current block's format as H6Insert horizontal Summernote 0.8.11 · Project · Issues
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