Our Changing Earth Project Lead the Way

Why is the water that is found in Antarctica solid? Explain?

How does Google Earth application compare to the maps you investigated? How is it similar? How is it different?

Changing Earth's Surface

-The moving ocean waves crash against the rocks on shore. Over time, this slowly erodes away the rocks and cliffs. The water pounds the rocks into pebbles and reduces pebbles into sand, which eventually become a sandy beach.

-The flowing water of a river over time broke an erodes away pieces of rock gradually.

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Created with images by skeeze - "world earth planet" • robynm - "iceberg antarctica polar" • kjarrett - "google-earth-weather" • NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "VISIONS: Seeing the Aurora in a New Light" • Afrikit - "desert land arid" • Foundry - "landscape outdoors field" • NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "Flying Through a Crack in the Ice" • davebloggs007 - "The Ink pots Johnston Canyon Alberta Canada"

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