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He bubbles simply rise up and ooze over the sides of the bowl. he bottle is much like the lava tube of a volcano. O T W A W P T W W T P A Chapter Two age 13 age 14 U age 19 T A s water freezes it expands. hen you observe the bottle from the freezer you will notice that it has bulged out. hat is because the ice inside takes up more space than the water before it was frozen. s water from melting glaciers trickles down into cracks and crevices on a mountain, it sometimes refreezes. hen the water freezes, the ice expands and causes the rocks to move apart.

It begins at the southern tip of ustralia, moves north past eastern sia, curves across laska, then moves down the acific orthwest, and ends at the southern tip of South merica. P P hen you blow through the straw, the grains of sand will move just like they do in the wind. Look closely to see how the individual grains move. he more you blow, the more sand is moved. s the sand moves, you will soon see the shells and the rocks reappear. A W T T T T T A A W A E A N A T A U R A U A T U A P A R N N N N P A A R A R P U A he tallest mountain in the nited States is Mount McKinley in laska.

He total movement along the fault is less than 2 inches (5cm) per year but the tremors caused by the movement can be very strong. the mantle, where it melts. The crust recycles itself ibrary Real World Science Challenge Answers Chapter One age 7 Chapter Three age 17 A F R T W O P he ing of ire follows the basin of the acific cean. It begins at the southern tip of ustralia, moves north past eastern sia, curves across laska, then moves down the acific orthwest, and ends at the southern tip of South merica.

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