The processes for building new land are called constructive forces. Three of the
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A constructive force increases geological diversity by creating new mountains
and land formations in the Earth's crust. Destructive forces wear away geological
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example of deposition of sediment – constructive force.
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As the plates slowly move in relation to each other, compressional forces
gradually fold, warp and fracture the brittle crust. This widespread rock
deformation and ...
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constructive force (any image with mountains) and which image shows an.
Major geological events, such as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and mountain
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The term "mass wasting" in geology is used to describe any process that moves
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