Angelle's Bucket List

April 2015

See Old Faithful Erupt- Yellowstone National Park, WY

I would like to see the Old Faithful Geyser erupt with my family. I would see trees, water, and rock. This has to do with erosion, because when the water shoots up in the air, it takes particles of the dirt around it with it. It has to do weathering, because the sediments that shoot up with the water had to be weathered at one point.
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Go walk at the Grand Canyon- Coconino County, AZ

I think it would be fun to go walking at the Grand Canyon some day. There would be lots of rock I would see. It is in Arizona at the Grand Canyon National Park. It has to do with weathering because a river carved/weathered the Grand Canyon. It also has weathering involved, because when the water, an agent of erosion, flows against the rocks, it slowly breaks it down.
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Swim in the Dunn's River Falls- Ochos Rios Island, Jamaica

The Dunn's River Falls are so beautiful! I think it would be fun to go with my friends one summer. I would see lots of beautiful plants, rocks and such clear water. It has to do with erosion, because it carries sediments in the water. It also includes weathering because the water where the waterfall is is going pretty fast, so it would take some sediments of the dirt around it with it.
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Dunn's River Falls, Ocho Rios, Saint Ann Parish, Jamaica, North America

Scuba Dive in one of the clearest beaches in the world- Cocos Island, Costa Rica

Cocos Island is one of the clearest beaches in the world! It would be so fun to go with Celeste and Michaela. Its very fine, white, powdery, sand used to be rocks a long time ago. They eventually weathered into beautiful grains of sand. This beach, like any other beach, has to do with erosion, because when the tide comes in it takes sand with it.
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See the Norhern Lights- Fairbanks, AK

Last but not least, the Northern Lights. I would love to go with my aunt, Bree. It has always been on my bucket list! As you can see the mountains around it were created by weathering, and the water around it is an agent of erosion.