Changes to Landforms

Changes to Landforms
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  • Welcome, here we are talking about the Changes to Landforms, the natural/human factors, the different types of changes, so sit back and read, enjoy.
  • Alright, first off, I'll talk about the Man-made factors, there's only two so this should be quick, first off: Mining
  • Mines, some are dug underground, and others dig out the resources, and the mines are left open. Mining has the potential to severely effect land. It can cause erosion (which i'll get on that soon), effect ground water, soil, and more.
  • Land Reclamation: It creates a new land in oceans, lakes, or rivers. Its done by filling a section of water body with rock or cement, then adding clay or dirt on the top to match the heights of the new and old areas
  • I said it would be quick didn't I? Next are the natural changes. There are about 5 so stick around. First up: Tectonic Forces
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  • Tectonic Forces are made up by the earths crust which is made up of major and minor plates which is the lithosphere. The plates rest on top a layer of magma, which goes through heating and cooling cycle. They collide/rub together and results in landform creation or changes.
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