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LAND FORMATION - Constructive Forces, Folding, Faults, Magnitude and Effect,
Volcanic Eruptions, Deposition of Sediment, Destructive Forces, Weathering, ...
Constructive and Destructive Forces that effect Earth's Landforms ... rises above
the ocean surface it is called a volcanic island (for example Hawaii or Japan).
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Constructive & Destructive Forces on Landforms. 5-3.1. Two Types of Forces.
Destructive Forces: processes that destroy landforms. 2 types: Slow (weathering)
Destructive Geologic. Processes. Page 2. Constructive vs. Destructive. Processes
... Reverse (Thrust) Fault- Compressional forces cause rocks to fracture and ...
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Science • Grade 5 • Title: The Changing Earth: Constructive and Destructive
Forces ... Identify and find examples of surface features caused be destructive ...
Destructive forces can also be constructive. For example, as wind carries sand
away from one region, it moves it to another and constructs sand dunes. Likewise
Landforms are the result of a combination of constructive and destructive forces.
... The Badlands were formed by the geologic forces of deposition and erosion.
Deposition of ... Example: Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve
Identify and find examples of surface features caused by destructive processes:
Earthquakes ... Earthquakes can be both a constructive and destructive force.