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JEOPARDY Weathering and Erosion
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Category 1 100 the process that breaks down rocks into smaller and smaller fragments.
Category 1 100 weathering
Category 1 200 Rocks break down into small pieces called
Category 1 200 sediments
Category 1 300 Plants and ice wedging are examples of which type of weathering?
Category 1 300 mechanical
Category 1 400 List one example of mechanical weathering
Category 1 400 Plant wedging Ice wedging
Category 1 500 Oxidation is an example of which type of weathering?
Category 1 500 chemical
Category 2 100 How are canyons formed?
Category 2 100 By erosion
Category 2 200 How are alluvial fans and deltas similar?
Category 2 200 They are both fan shaped and made by stream erosion
Category 2 300 thick deposits of windblown fine sediment
Category 2 300 loess
Category 2 400 a large mass of moving ice that forms by the compacting of snow by natural forces.
Category 2 400 glacier
Category 2 500 all of the materials carried and deposited by a glacier.
Category 2 500 Glacial drift
Category 3 100 Materials carried by a stream
Category 3 100 load
Category 3 200 The process in which eroded material is dropped
Category 3 200 deposition
Category 3 300 Creep, landslide, rock falls, and mud flows are all types of _________
Category 3 300 Mass movement
Category 3 400 The process of water freezing and thawing between cracks in pavement.
Category 3 400 Ice wedging
Category 3 500 reacts with minerals and dissolves main minerals such as limestone.
Category 3 500 Carbonic acid
Category 4 100 occurs when a material such as iron is exposed to oxygen and water.
Category 4 100 oxidation
Category 4 200 Mechanical weathering is most common in what type of climate?
Category 4 200 Cold climates
Category 4 300 Chemical weathering is more common in what type of climate?
Category 4 300 Warm, wet climate
Category 4 400 the wearing away and removal of rock or sediment
Category 4 400 erosion
erosion of land by wind Category 4 500
deflation Category 4 500
Category 5 100 makes pits and rocks to produce smooth, polished surfaces
Category 5 100 abrasion
Category 5 200 wet sediment flows downhill over the ground surface.
Category 5 200 mudflow
Category 5 300 loose rock falls down steep slope
Category 5 300 Rock fall
Category 5 400 the way sediments slowly inch their way down a hill, common where freezing and thawing occur.
Category 5 400 creep
Category 5 500 sudden and rapid movement of a large amount of material downslope. Can carry away plants and animals.
Category 5 500 Landslide
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