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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Module 10 - Weathering and Erosion Baffin Island Waterfall:Located in Canada, this waterfall is fed by the water from melted glaciers. Waterfalls are one of natures most powerful landscape-altering tools. Sandbars:Located in the Outer Banks, sandbars are formed by the ocean winds. Because there is a lot of wind, the sandbars can change every hour. Boats must be cautious when navigating these waters. Sand Tufa: Located in Arizona, sand tufas form when freshwater springs filter and form calcium carbonate deposits.The lake in which the tufas are formed dries up, and the wind blows away any sand from underneath the tufas. Limestone Swirls: Limestone Swirls are located in Texas and the Chihuahuan Desert. They are formed by the wind. Weathered Trees: Weathered trees are located in Nevada's Great Basin National Park. Persistent winds in this area weathered almost perfect circles in the trees' trunks. Arizona Rock Formation: Located in the Grand Canyon, these anvil-shaped landmasses are formed by the wind eroding less dense rock, like sandstone. Sandstone Swirls: Sandstone swirls are located on the Utah-Arizona border. They are formed by the wind. Lichens on Granite: These lichens, which are symbiotic organisms, are located in New York. Lichens secrete a chemical, called chelate, that breaks down rock. Badlands Thunderstorm: Thunderstorms shape Utah's Mussentuchit Badlands, making it rugged and creating gullies, ravines, and washes. Soil Erosion: Heavy rain washes away the soil of an area, leaving scarred tableau exposed.This type of erosion happens when there isn't enough vegetation to hold soil in place, and this occurs mostly in Iowa. Bernard Glacier: Located in Alaska, the Bernard Glacier resembles a huge alpine highway.The glaciers are effective shapers of the land, essentially carrying away things in their path, like rocks, soil, or even sides of mountains.
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