Landforms are formed by movements of the earth, such as earthquakes, weathering, erosions and deposits. Many landforms are created by more than one of these processes. These are called polygenetic landforms. More »

Landforms on Prince Edward Island include rolling hills, sandy beaches, sand dunes and low bluffs made of red sandstone. Red sandstone, mixed with limestone, serves as hard bedrock for the island. The highest point is 47... More »

The most common landscape features found in deserts are sand dunes, yardangs, desert pavements, debris, playas, oases, mesas, alluvial fans, arroyos and buttes. These landforms vary from desert to desert. More »

Landforms are made by erosion, mineral deposits, earthquakes and other movements over the earth and weathering, according to The Encyclopedia of Earth. Landforms that are made by several processes are called polygenetic ... More »

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The three main causes of landform changes are erosion, deposition and weathering. Some main types of landforms are mountains, plains, plateaus, valleys and deltas. A landform like a mountain experiences gradual change th... More »

Landforms are divided into 11 major categories: Aeolian, coastal and oceanic, erosion, fluvial, impact, karst, lacustrine, mountain and glacial, slope, tectonic and volcanic. Within these groupings are many landform subt... More »

Delta landforms are sedimentary wetlands that form at the mouths of rivers where the velocity of the water slows. As the sediment builds, triangular landforms separate the river into two or more channels. More »