Destructive forces are processes that break down the Earth, either through the
violent actions of volcanoes and earthquakes or by the steady flow of a river.
What are destructive processes? Destructive forces affect the earth's surface by
breaking down landforms to form new ones through the processes of weathering
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What are Constructive and Destructive Forces? Constructive Force. A
constructive force is a process that raises or builds up the surface features of the
Earthquakes: nature's most destructive force. Share. They're a daily occurrence,
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Constructive and. Destructive Geologic. Processes. Page 2. Constructive vs.
Destructive ... Reverse (Thrust) Fault- Compressional forces cause rocks to