Chapter 11 Review Question Preview (ID: 1158)


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The process of wearing away and moving weathered rock and soil
a) delta
b) erosion
c) moraine
d) rock

Sediment settles out where a river empties into an ocean form a
a) moraine
b) gravity
c) delta
d) river

The breaking down of rocks on the earth's surface
a) weathering
b) gravity
c) soil
d) rocks

Moving bodies of ice
a) mouth
b) rocks
c) glaciers
d) soil

Rivers and glaciers flow downhill because of
a) gravity
b) moraine
c) mouth
d) soil

A mixture of bits of weathered rock and decayed material is
a) soil
b) moraine
c) rocks
d) gravity

Sediments carried by wind and water are dropped in the process of
a) deposition
b) moraine
c) mouth
d) rocks

Rock and sediment that drop from a glacier
a) soil
b) delta
c) moraine
d) rocks

The place where a river meet the ocean
a) river
b) lake
c) mouth
d) glacier

Below the three layers of soil
a) rocks
b) glacier
c) moraine
d) delta

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