Geography.../what does this mean?

posted by Liza

" The earth's physical landscape is the result of conflict between forces..." Explain what this means.

Thanks.

Is it possible that forces move Earth around, sometimes the movement is opposing another landforce, they collide, and one slide under?

1. nedilis

it means a landscape of the womons veiw of the world

2. Anonymous

the earth's physical landscape is the result of conflict between forces

3. Anonymous

yo ur in hillcrest and ur doing that sheet mr desuzo gave us

4. Anonymous

hey we had that same question in wishing well

5. Anonymous

I am doin a Essay and need to find out what this means >=(

6. HAHAH

NO!

7. Anonymous

i need the anwser!!!

8. Anonymous

it means the john cabot played cs

9. IMWITHSWAT

IDK

10. Anonymous

WE DID TOO :S

ha, we have the exact same question as you.

12. ml

it's referring to the theory of plate tectonics and how natural forces (like the plates colliding) had caused the development of the Earth's landscape

13. Anonymous

we had this question aswell and if anybody is looking for the answer i would ba happy to help you! This is referring to the theory of plate techtonics and how natural forces has caused the development of the Earth's landscape. It is also telling us that was has happened has changed the form, shape, and landscape of the Earth :)

14. Anonymous

Looll, had the EXACT same question .

15. MONIKA

"the earth's physical landscape is the result of conflict between forces"
explain what this means.

16. Jane

erosion is the force wearing the land down and land growth is the force raising the land up. land growth occurs more swiftly than erosion. erosion is a slow, continuous process and weathering is a similar process.

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