Comparing the surface wind to the 3000ft wind:

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9. How tectonic plates can be and what each one consists of

Epirogenic, Orogenic. The former are large-scale changes, With little fracturing or folding of the plates. The latter cause lithospheric Deformation.

10. How earthquakes can be measured

Earthquakes can be measured according to different scales

11. What are the causes of an earthquake

Tectonic earthquakes: occur when tectonic plates collide, Slide or accommodate

Volcanic earthquakes: are associated with volcanic eruptions

12. What is the structure of a volcano

Sump, Secondary crater, Cone or volcanic building, chimney, Lava And solidified ash, Magma chamber

13. How is wind erosion

Wind erosion is seen in the arid zones where the wind raises And drags loose particles that hit other rocks and they wear them out, which Gives rise to very varied forms.

14. What is rain erosion

Rain erosion is called when the impact of the drops releases Large numbers of particles that are available to be transported. The rivers or Depressed will be the deposits of these materials carried by the water.

15. What are the factors involved in erosion by rainwater

The force of precipitation, the amount and speed of water flowing Through the surface

16. What is river sedimentation

River terraces, Deltas, Alluvial fans, Meanders

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