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What processes are involved in mechanical weathering of the Earth?
a) ice wedging, temperature extremes in climate and living things b) wave action, galcial action, wind, landslides c) type of rock, exposed surface, climate, topography d) hydrolysis, carbonation, oxidation, biological weathering
Describe the processes that contribute to chemical weathering of the Earth.
a) hydrolysis, carbonation, oxidation, biological weathering b) wave action, galcial action, wind, landslides c) type of rock, exposed surface, climate, topography d) ice wedging, temperature extremes in climate and living things
List factors that determine how quickly rock is weathered.
a) type of rock, exposed surface, climate, topograph b) wave action, galcial action, wind, landslides c) ice wedging, temperature extremes in climate and living things d) hydrolysis, carbonation, oxidation, biological weathering
List forces that lead to the erosion of land
a) wave action, galcial action, wind, landslides b) ice wedging, temperature extremes in climate and living things c) hydrolysis, carbonation, oxidation, biological weathering d) type of rock, exposed surface, climate, topograph
The type of rock most easily weathered is:
a) sedimentary b) quartz c) metamorphic d) igneous
Landslides are triggered by:
a) all of these b) earthquakes c) volcanic eruptions d) heavy rain or snow melt
Which is not a force that promotes erosion?
a) year round bitterly cold temperatures b) runoff c) waves d) wind
Which of the following is not used for flood control?
a) pavement b) dams c) levees (dirt dams) d) forests and wetlands
Water is responsible for mechanical weathering of rocks through changes in:
a) temperature b) density c) chemical composition d) pressure
Landslides, mudflows, and soil creep are all similar in that:
a) they require steep slopes to occur b) they send up a lot of dust into the atmosphere c) they require freezing and thawing of ice to occur d) they are all triggered by earthquakes and volcanoes
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