Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Glaciers Storyboard
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Hello, I'm Mr. PB. This is a continental glacier. A continental glacier is a large ice sheet that covers flat ground and flow outward. Glaciers create lakes, till planes, and moraines.
Wow, what a nice day it is. Look at this glacier! How cool! What kind of glacier is this? What do glaciers create?
How do glaciers grow? How many types of glaciers are there and what are they?
Glaciers grow when snowfall exceeds melting. There are two types of glaciers: continental glaciers and alpine glaciers.
Hello, I'm Mr. Squirrel. Earthquakes are formed when two tectonic plates slide past each other. There are three types of waves: primary, secondary, and surface waves
It's so warm today! Cool, look at that crack in the ground. It must be from an earthquake. What creates earthquakes? What are the types of waves?
Primary waves are the fastest, then goes secondary waves, then surface. Primary travel through solids and liquids, secondarty travel through solids, and surface travel through top of the crust.
Which type of wave is the fastest? What do the waves travel through?
Hi, I'm Ms. CW. This is a shield volcano because it has low slopes and frozen lava. There are three types of volcanoes: composite, strato, and cinder.
What a nice day at the glacier already, and now the beach?! Whoa, look at that volcano! What type of volcano is that? How many types of volcanoes are there?
Convergent boundaries create trenches, mountains, and volcanoes. Divergent boundaries create rifts or ridges. Volcanoes create islands and extrusions.
What land forms do convergent and divergent boundaries create? What do volcanoes create?
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