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Why are dust storms more common in deserts then in wetter regions?
a) They are more common in deserts because they happen in places where sand is a more prevalent soil type. b) There is a lot more soil c) d)
What letter does glacial erosion make.
a) V b) U c) T d) I
What is plucking?
a) Plucking is a process by which rocks and other sediments are picked up by sediment. b) Plucking is a process by which rocks and other sediments are picked up by waves. c) Plucking is a process by which rocks and other sediments are picked up by wind. d) Plucking is a process by which rocks and other sediments are picked up by a glacier.
How can people prevent soil erosion?
a) stop watering their lawns b) reduce water use at home c) planting vegetation d) eating animals
What happens to sediment in stream erosion?
a) Sediment flows through the water getting stuck on the bank of the stream or flows and flows until it is nothing. b) It dissolves completely c) It is built up after long periods of time d)
How was the grand canyon was formed?
a) The grand canyon was formed by stream erosion. b) The grand canyon was formed by glacial erosion. c) The grand canyon was formed by wind erosion. d) The grand canyon was formed by chemical erosion.
What is erosion?
a) Erosion is when something like water comes and dissolves rock and it either becomes nothing, a cave, or a waterfall. b) When sediment is deposited somewhere else c) d)
What is it called when water runs down a mountain causing erosion?
a) Runoff b) Splash c) ground water d) rain fall
How are wave cut cliffs formed?
a) When large waves move out to sea b) When waves erode a shoreline c) When a small wave continues to come inland d)
How do caves form?
a) Tops of mountains fall in on themselves to create large holes in the ground b) They were always around c) Rain water picks up CO2 and it makes the rain acid rain. The rain burns or EATS through the limestone and makes cavities. d)
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