Our changing earth. Part 2. Wearing away of the land

United States, 1959

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Many forces wear away the land, but what is worn away in one place goes to build up in another. Shows how rocks are decomposed; how caves and sink holes are made; and how glaciers are formed and the work they do; how blowing sand erodes the surface of the earth; and how the waves are reshaping the coastline.

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Harvard Film Service, Harvard University

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00:10:51:00

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United States
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1959

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