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