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S: Earth Science

FC: Scavenger Hunt | By: Reagan, Allison, and Jemauria

1: Frost Action | When it precipitates the liquid froze and expanded, which causes the crack to appear. It can not be repaired to it's original appearance.

2: Oxidation | Stream

3: Oxidation: it is shown in soil because the nutrients of the soil changes. This is Chemical weathering. | Stream: The Colorado river could have formed the Grand Canyon by runoff. The physiological feature that is created is known as valleys.

4: The top is wider then the bottom due to the water flowing toward the bottom. This is an example of Erosion. Because the soil is eroded by the water creating the valley. | V-Shaped Valley

5: Trees are an renewable resource. We use trees in many ways such as: for oxygen, paper, building, and heat | Natural Resource

6: Glacier Rocks | We can tell that a glacier once covered this area by the left over deposits and rock. Glacial rocks move stuff around and contains freshwater.

7: Condensation | Condensation occur at lower temperatures and mostly in the morning (sunrise)

8: Soil Profile | Soil is considered a non-renewable resource because it takes so long for it to develop. Soil has contributed to our community by allowing us to plant flowers and trees which gives us oxygen to breathe

9: Phases of the Moon | As the moon orbits the Earth the suns light reflects off creating the phases. | The moon is what creates the ocean tides.

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  • By: Reagan D.
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    • By: Allison L.
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  • Title: Pictures
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  • Published: over 5 years ago