Lesson 4 Erosion And Deposition By Wind, Ice And Gravity: Question Preview (ID: 9720)


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Sandblasted rock that is worn down over time
a) Abraded Rock b) Desert Pavement c) Dunes d) Loess
Thick deposits of wind blown fine-grained sediments
a) Abraded Rock b) Desert Pavement c) Dunes d) Loess
Mounds of wind deposited sand.
a) Abraded Rock b) Desert Pavement c) Dunes d) Loess
Jagged ridges formed between two or more cirques
a) Aretes b) Horns c) U-shaped Valley d) Hanging Valley
Sharp, pyramid shaped peaks formed when several aretes join at the top of a mountain.
a) Horns b) U-shaped Valley c) Hanging Valley d) Cirques
Bowl-shaped depression where glaciers cut into mountain walls.
a) Horns b) Aretes c) U-shaped Valley d) Cirques
Extremely slow movement of material down a slope.
a) Mudflow b) Rockfall c) Creep d) Landslide
When large amounts of water mix with soil and rock you get a...
a) Creep b) Rockfall c) Mudflow d) Landslide
The sudden, rapid movement of a large amount of material down slope.
a) Creep b) Rockfall c) Mudflow d) Landslide
The process by which wind, water, ice or gravity transport soil and sediment from one location to another.
a) Deposition b) Erosion c) Weathering d) Oxidation
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