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Jeopardy ReduceWeatheringSoil Making soil Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from H1 Animal borrows dug in rock that let in water and air
$100 Answer from H1 What is Mechanical?
$200 Question from H1 Acids from plant roots that break up rock
$200 Answer from H1 What is Chemical?
$300 Question from H1 Formation of potholes in the street during severe winters
$300 Answer from H1 What is Mechanical?
$400 Question from H1 Decaying plants dissolving minerals in rocks
$400 Answer from H1 What is Chemical?
$500 Question from H1 Tree roots cracking the concrete sidewalk
$500 Answer from H1 What is Mechanical?
$100 Question from H2 This is sprayed on dry, bare soil to keep it from blowing away in the wind
$100 Answer from H2 What is Water?
$200 Question from H2 Farmers reduce soil erosion by planting along contours or slopes of land
$200 Answer from H2 What is Contour Farming?
$300 Question from H2 Farmers plant a row of trees to break the force of wind on their crops
$300 Answer from H2 What is Shelter Belts?
$400 Question from H2 Creates steep-sided flat areas for crops on sides of hills and mountains
$400 Answer from H2 What is Terracing?
$500 Question from H2 A technique farmers use of leaving stalks in the field to provide cover for soil
$500 Answer from H2 What is No-till farming?
$100 Question from H3 Water enters cracks and freezes and expands, breaking rocks apart
$100 Answer from H3 What is Ice-wedging?
$200 Question from H3 Chemical process that occrs when iron is exposed to oxygen in the air
$200 Answer from H3 What is Oxidation?
$300 Question from H3 Mechanical weathering occurs in this type climate
$300 Answer from H3 What is Cold climate?
$400 Question from H3 Chemical weathering occurs in this type climate
$400 Answer from H3 What are Warm and Wet?
$500 Question from H3 These two factors can affect the rate of weathering
$500 Answer from H3 What are Climate and Rock Type?
$100 Question from H4 All the layers of soil together are called this
$100 Answer from H4 What is Soil profile?
$200 Question from H4 These are the 3 horizons of soil
$200 Answer from H4 What are Horizon A, Horizon B, and Horizon C?
$300 Question from H4 Fertile layer with more humus and less rock
$300 Answer from H4 What is Horizon A?
$400 Question from H4 Bottom layer of soil, light in color, many rocks
$400 Answer from H4 What is Horizon C?
$500 Question from H4 Sub-soil that contains nutrients from leaching
$500 Answer from H4 What is Horizon B?
$100 Question from H5 Clay, silt, and sand are small particles of this
$100 Answer from H5 What is sediment?
$200 Question from H5 These fill the small spaces between soil particles.
$200 Answer from H5 What are air and water?
$300 Question from H5 Decaying, dark-colored plant and animal material
$300 Answer from H5 What is humus?
$400 Question from H5 These are the 5 factors that influence the formation of soil
$400 Answer from H5 What are climate, slope, types of rock, types of vegetation, and length of time rock is weathering
$500 Question from H5 These are the 5 things that make up soil
$500 Answer from H5 What are weathered rock, decayed organic matter, mineral fragments, water and air
Final Jeopardy This author wrote, “If one man kills another, it murder, but if a hundred thousand men kill another hundred thousand, it is considered an act of glory!?”
Final Jeopardy Answer Who is Tolstoy? (The book is Kingdom of God)
Section I The Nature Of Soil Ms. Scerra. Formation of soil can take thousands of years can take thousands of years.
Weathering & Soil. darkWeathering Weathering & its effects Surface processes that break down rock.Surface processes that break down rock. Sediments: sand,
Weathering It is surface processes that break down rock Breaks rocks into smaller and smaller pieces Ex.) Sand, silt, clay The formation of soil.
Weathering and Soil. Weathering Effects – surface processes break down rock into small pieces called sediment.
Processes that break down rock. Rock is broken apart but not changed chemically.
The process by which natural forces break down rocks. There are two types Mechanical Weathering (Broken Apart) Chemical Weathering (Chemical Reaction.
Chapter 6 Weathering and Soil. Types of Weathering Mechanical Weathering – Breaks apart rock without changing its chemical composition Examples – Plant.
200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt.
Weathering and Erosion Soil formation. Standards S6E5, S6CS2, S6CS3, S6CS4, S6CS5, S6CS6 S6E3, S6E5, S6CS2, S6CS3, S6CS4, S6CS6, S6CS10.
CHAPTER 7: WEATHERING & SOIL. Aim: How does weathering change Earth’s surface?
The Nature of Soil. Fact Finders Use your textbook, pages , to fill in the blanks. 1._______ is a mixture of weathered rock, decayed organic.
WEATHERING and SOIL Does The Earth’s Surface Change Slowly OR Quickly?
Rocks and Weathering Chapter 8.1. Weathering- the breaking of rock into smaller fragments Mechanical weathering – breaks rock apart without changing the.
WEATHERING: the process by which rocks are BROKEN down by the action of PHYSICAL or CHEMICAL processes. 2 Types of Weathering 1. MECHANICAL weathering:
Soil is a loose mixture of small mineral fragments, organic material, water, and air that can support the growth of vegetation.
Welcome to Mr. Conroy’s Science Class co-made by Logan L., Vince D., Angela S., & Kayana C.
Weathering, Erosion, and Soils Mandy Meeks, Baldwin Arts and Academics Magnet, Earth Science.
WEATHERING & SOIL. Weathering The chemical and physical alterations of rock and other Earth materials at or near earth’s surface, through the action.
Chapter 7 Weathering and Soil 7.2 The nature of soil notes sheet.
Big Idea: Natural forces break rocks apart and form soil, which supports life.Big Idea: Natural forces break rocks apart and form soil, which supports.
CHAPTER SEVEN Weathering. Section 1: Weathering Surface processes that work to break down rock are called weathering. Weathering breaks rock into.
1 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Soil My name is not Dirt My name.
Chapter: Weathering and Soil Table of Contents Section 3: Soil ErosionSoil Erosion Section 1: Weathering Section 2: The Nature of SoilThe Nature of.
Weathering A process that breaks down rocks into smaller fragments. Mechanical (physical) Weathering Chemical Weathering.
The Nature of Soil Soil- a mixture of weathered rock, decayed organic matter, mineral fragments, water and air.
Chapter 7 Weathering and Soil Section 7-1 Weathering Study Guide.
Weathering Weathering – is the process by which rock materials are broken down by the action of physical or chemical processes. Mechanical Weathering.
The Nature of Soil Chapter 7, Section 2. The Formation of Soil What is Soil? Mixture of weathered rock, decayed organic matter, mineral fragments, water,
Soil is a mixture of weathered rock particles and other materials.
Chapter 14 Weathering and Erosion. Weathering Processes Weathering - the natural process by which atmospheric and environmental agents, such as wind,
Compare and contrast mechanical and chemical weathering. Explain how weathering affects Earth’s surface.
Weathering and Soil Formation. What is weathering? Weathering is the process by which rocks are broken down. Weathering is the process by which rocks.
By: Ashley Randle What Is It ? Weathering is when surface processes work to break down rock. Weathering Mountain Growing tree roots can grow in the cracks.
Weathering and Soil Test Study Guide Ali White Core1.
Weathering and Soil Formation Chapter 10. Mechanical Weathering Section 1 Ice: The alternate freezing and thawing of soil and rock, called frost action,
Weathering / Soils Weathering The process by which natural forces break down rocks Erosion: The break up and transport.
Do Now 10/8/13 1.Which type of crust is more dense? 2.What type of luster would a diamond have? 3.List four agents of erosion. 4.What is deposition?
Soil and Soil Conservation. Soil is made up of weathered rock and decayed parts of plants and animals (organic material), mineral fragments, water,
Weathering & Erosion Unit Review. Question #1 What is the change in physcial form or chemical composition of rock materials on the Earth’s surface?
With your host/hostess, Your classmate Chapter 7 Review Jeopardy.
Chapter 12 Test Review. What does the test comprise? 20 multiple choice 1 Diagram to label and answer questions 2 essay questions.
Weathering. What is weathering? The process that breaks down rock into smaller pieces, called sediments. Not to be confused with WEATHER!
Rate of Weathering and Soil Formation Ch. 10, section 2 and 3.
Rocks, Weathering, and Soil Information. The Effects of Weathering All exposed rock is in the path of weathering and erosion. Weathering is the process.
Chapter 12: Weathering. Chapter 12.1 Weathering – The breakup of rock due to exposure to process that occur on Earth’s surface.
Soils Tuesday November 2, 2010 Soils. Chapter 5 Section 2: Soil What is soil? Soil is part of the ___________ that supports the ___________ of plants.
Chapter 14 Weathering and Erosion. Section 1: Weathering Processes A.Weathering 1. weathering the natural process by which atmospheric and environmental.
Soil Soil is made of A. weathered rock/ sediments B. humus- decayed plant and animal matter C- living organisms- (worms, fungi and insects)
Weathering Essential Vocabulary. Weathering & Natural Erosion weathering – the processes that breaks down rocks, soils, or minerals at Earth's surface.
Processes of Change. EQ: How does weathering occur? EQ:
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