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Compared to Earth's continental crust, Earth's oceanic crust is
a) thinner and more dense b) thinner and less dense c) thicker and more dense d) thicker and less dense
Quartz and halite have different crystal shapes primarily because
a) of the internal arrangement of the atoms b) of impurities that produce surface variations c) energy is released during crystallization d) light reflects from crystal surfaces
What is the origin of fine-grained igneous rock?
a) lava that cooled slowly on Earth's surface b) lava that cooled quickly on Earth's surface c) silt that settled slowly in ocean water d) silt that settled quickly in ocean water
Which processes most likely formed the shale bedrock found near Ithaca, New York?
a) uplift and solidification b) burial and compaction c) heat and pressure d) melting and recrystallization
Which event most likely caused an unconformity at the bottom of a rock layer?
a) erosion b) intrusion c) folding d) deposition
Wavy bands of light and dark minerals visible in gneiss bedrock probably formed from the
a) heat and pressure during metamorphism b) evaporation of an ancient ocean c) cooling and crystallization of magma d) cementing together of individual mineral grains
Beneath which surface location is Earth's crust the thickest?
a) Mount Everest b) Pacific Ocean c) Atlantic Ocean d) Mid-Ocean Ridge
Isotasy states the Earth's crust is in
a) equilibrium b) trouble c) space d) the atmosphere
Drainage patterns are related to
a) underlying geology b) air pressure c) latitude d) longitude
When a rock is broken into smaller pieces
a) surface area increase and weathering increases b) surface area decreases and weathering increases c) surface area increase and weathering decreases d) surface area decreases and weathering decreases
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