CT.7.3. Energy in the Earth's Systems: Landforms are the result of the interaction of constructive and destructive forces over time.
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CT.7.3. Energy in the Earth's Systems: Landforms are the result of the interaction of constructive and destructive forces over time. a) Volcanic activity and the folding and faulting of rock layers during the shifting of the Earth's crust affect the formation of mountains, ridges and valleys. b) Glaciation, weathering and erosion change the Earth's surface by moving earth materials from place to place.
7.3.4. Correlate common geological features/events (deep sea trenches, mountains, earthquakes, volcanoes) with the location of plate boundaries.
7.3.5. Compare geological features that result from constructive forces (e.g., mountains and ridges) with geological features that result from destructive forces (e.g., canyons and flood plains).
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