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Change that happens to the environment over a long period of time
a) slow change
b) rapid change
c) destructive
d) constructive

a process that builds up land and creates new surface features
a) slow change
b) rapid change
c) destructive
d) constructive

changes to Earth's surface that occur in a short period of time
a) rapid change
b) slow change
c) destructive
d) constructive

a process that wears down land and changes Earth's surface features
a) rapid change
b) slow change
c) constructive
d) destructive

Is a volcano constructive, destructive, or both?
a) constructive
b) destructive
c) both
d)

Is weathering constructive, destructive, or both?
a) constructive
b) destructive
c) both
d)

Is deposition constructive, destructive, or both?
a) constructive
b) destructive
c) both
d)

A student argues that a destructive force can change the surface of Earth. Which of the following could be used to support this claim?
a) A new island forms in the middle of an ocean.
b) A plain becomes a deep canyon with steep walls
c) A sand dune shifts from one location to another.
d) A mountain grows taller over a thousand years.

Stalagmites are structures that form on the floor of some caves. Most scientists explain this by saying that stalagmites form when minerals dissolved in water are left behind where water drips. Which evidence would support this explanation?
a) Freezing water turns it into a solid.
b) Water found in caves has minerals in it.
c) Some stalagmites are taller than others.
d) Many caves are found deep underground.

What is weathering?
a) breaking down of rocks
b) building up rocks
c) moving rocks
d) dropping rocks

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