Weathering And Soil: Question Preview (ID: 28516)


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Which of the following are decomposers?
a) worms b) bacteria c) mushrooms d) worms, bacteria, AND mushrooms
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic used to describe soil?
a) Fertility b) Texture c) pH d) Temperature
Humus is found in which horizon(s)?
a) A Horizon b) B Horizon c) C Horizon d) A and B Horizons
The C horizon forms as bedrock begins to weather. The rock breaks up into small particles.
a) True b) False c) d)
The A horizon is also known as _____________.
a) topsoil b) subsoil c) bedrock d) none of these are correct
The B horizon is also known as _____________.
a) topsoil b) subsoil c) bedrock d) none of these are correct
Water is an agent of _______________.
a) Mechanical Weathering b) Chemical Weathering c) BOTH mechanical and chemical weathering d) NEITHER mechanical nor chemical weathering
Acid Rain is an agent of ______________.
a) Mechanical Weathering b) Chemical Weathering c) BOTH mechanical and chemical weathering d) NEITHER mechanical nor chemical weathering
Living Organisms that produce weak acids are agents of _______________.
a) Mechanical Weathering b) Chemical Weathering c) BOTH mechanical and chemical weathering d) NEITHER mechanical nor chemical weathering
Oxygen is an agent of ________________.
a) Mechanical Weathering b) Chemical Weathering c) BOTH mechanical and chemical weathering d) NEITHER mechanical nor chemical weathering
Carbon Dioxide is an agent of ___________.
a) Mechanical Weathering b) Chemical Weathering c) BOTH mechanical and chemical weathering d) NEITHER mechanical nor chemical weathering
Abrasion is an agent of ___________.
a) Mechanical Weathering b) Chemical Weathering c) BOTH mechanical and chemical weathering d) NEITHER mechanical nor chemical weathering
Plant Growth is an agent of ___________.
a) Mechanical Weathering b) Chemical Weathering c) BOTH mechanical and chemical weathering d) NEITHER mechanical nor chemical weathering
Release of Pressure is an agent of ____________.
a) Mechanical Weathering b) Chemical Weathering c) BOTH mechanical and chemical weathering d) NEITHER mechanical nor chemical weathering
Freezing and Thawing is an agent of __________.
a) Mechanical Weathering b) Chemical Weathering c) BOTH mechanical and chemical weathering d) NEITHER mechanical nor chemical weathering
Animal Actions is an agent of ____________.
a) Mechanical Weathering b) Chemical Weathering c) BOTH mechanical and chemical weathering d) NEITHER mechanical nor chemical weathering
______________ means that a material is full of tiny, connected air spaces that allow water to seep through it.
a) Permeable b) Abrasion c) Frost Wedging d) Oxidation
____________ refers to the wearing away of rock by rock particles carried by water, ice, wind, or gravity.
a) Permeable b) Abrasion c) Frost Wedging d) Oxidation
___________ is the process of water seeping into cracks in rocks and expanding as it freezes causing the cracks to widen and the rock to fall apart.
a) Permeable b) Abrasion c) Frost Wedging d) Oxidation
Iron combines with oxygen in the presence of water in a process called _________.
a) Permeable b) Abrasion c) Frost Wedging d) Oxidation
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