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Change Is My Game

BryceCanyonThe earth is continuously changing. Some changes happen quickly such as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, avalanches, landslides, and flashfloods. Other changes are very slow, so slow it takes thousands of years to see the changes. It is time to explore how Earth's surface changes. You'll see ways mountains are built-up and how something as simple as water can bring rock to its knees.
Breaking Up is Hard to Do This is Going to Take Some Time!
A Weathering Wonderland! Lay it Down
It's Only a Matter of Time... Time After Time
Unstable Create A Landform
Predicting Problems  


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