4.4 Mountain Building Study Guide-2 (2) with numbers.doc

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Name_______________ 2017 Mountain Building Study Guide: Fill in the following notes while watching the video. These will count as your lesson notes in lieu of a PowerPoint. You may want to watch this video more than once in order to properly understand this material. 1. Geologists say a variety of forces formed the mountains and are still at work today so essentially mountains are still at work today so essentially mountains are still growing 2. Mt. Kilauea and all of the Hawaiian Islands were built by underwater volcanoes 3. Mt Kilauea has been erupting for decades 4. All around Mt Kilauea there are past lava flows that have cooled and harden to rock which have increased the size of the volcano. No one knows how tall this volcano will become. Presently it is about 1 mile above sea level. 5. Just as mountains grow they also shrink in size due to wind and water that constantly erode their exposed surfaces. 6. In Wyoming the Teton Mountains were created when the earth cracked or faulted . During this time there were severe
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