Weathering and Erosion $100 The type of erosion that moves the most rock on Earth's surface is A. wind B. water C. glaciers D. gravity
Weathering and Erosion $200 Many U-shaped valleys in Northern Utah shows that a glacier carved them. It takes a glacier this long to carve a valley. A. less than a year B. 10 to 20 years C. a century or more D. thousands of years
Weathering and Erosion $300 The best way to model the changes to a canyon after flooding is A. A tray of sand with water dripping through it. B. A tray of sand with water pouring through it. C. A blow dryer set up near a tray of sand. D. A tray of sand with plants set along the sides
Weathering and Erosion $400 Rodney went to his favorite fishing place on vacation one summer. When he got there, it had all changed because - A. He must have forgotten where it was B. Wind can blow rocks into rivers C. Erosion by rivers can change their course D. Ice in the winter can cause fish to die
Weathering and Erosion $500 According to this table, Millions of Years AgoGeologic Formation 1000 MYAUtah Under Warm Seas 200 MYASand Dunes Deposited 35 MYAVolcanic Activity 15 MYALake Bonneville, water erosion the most recent geological formations was A. Utah under warm seas B. Sand dunes deposited C. Volcanic activity D. Lake Bonneville, water erosion
Weathering and Erosion $100- Answer What is B - Water
Weathering and Erosion $200- Answer What is D - thousands of years
Weathering and Erosion $300- Answer What is B - A tray of sand with water pouring through it.
Weathering and Erosion $400- Answer What is C - Erosion by rivers can change their course.
Weathering and Erosion $500- Answer What is D - Lake Bonneville, water erosion
Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Uplift $100 Hot rock deep in Earth expands and is forced out the opening of a volcano. As the rock cools it may form A. mountains B. glaciers C. rivers D. sandstone arches
Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Uplift $200 While on vacation, a family saw one mountain by itself that had a caved-in top. They found many lava rocks by it and decided it was a dormant volcano. This family doing science A. YES, because many people use evidence and observations to understand things. B. YES, because it doesn’t matter if you are right or not, as long as you guess. C. NO, because only trained geologists can understand different ways mountains form. D. NO, because some things are too hard to understand.
Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Uplift $300 A seismograph is a device used to measure wave movement through Earth's crust. It is used to help predict A. earthquakes and volcanoes B. floods and hurricanes C. snowstorms and avalanches D. drought and rainfall patterns
Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Uplift $400 What causes earthquakes, volcanoes and uplift of Earth's surface? A. the pull of gravity from the Moon and Sun B. movement of Earth's crust C. explosions deep with Earth's core D. new rocks forming on Earth's surface
Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Uplift $500 While on vacation, a student observed mountains made of many layers of rock, some tilted. He also observed a whole mountain made of small pieces of lava. He concluded that mountains may be formed in different ways. His conclusion are A. poor - because he didn’t do an experiment. B. poor - because he didn’t look in any books. C. good - because it is what his teacher taught him. D. good - because he based it on observable evidence.
Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Uplift $100-Answer What is A - mountains
Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Uplift $200-Answer What is A - YES, because many people use evidence and observations to understand things
Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Uplift $300-Answer What is A - earthquakes and volcanoes
Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Uplift $400-Answer What is B - movement of Earth's crust
Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Uplift $500-Answer What is - good - because he based it on observable evidence
Time $100 The processes that most directly contributed to the layered look of this butte are A. volcanoes and earthquakes B. weathering and wind erosion C. deposition and uplift D. glaciers and ice
Time $200 The time it has taken for the Grand Canyon to form A. 1,000 years B. 100 years C. over 5,000 years D. 2,000 years
Time $300 Knowing about deposition can help people after a rainstorm because they understand that A. New rock is built up on a mountain. B. Uplift occurs as mountain become higher. C. Large boulders fracture and crack. D. Mud and dirt come down the mountain.
Time $400 It has taken millions of years for the Grand Canyon to build up and break down. The oldest rocks of this canyon are most likely to be A. at the top of the canyon B. at the bottom of the canyon C. in the middle of the canyon D. eroded away
Time $500 The set of processes that allowed the Grand Canyon walls to appear as they do today are: A. deposition, uplift, and erosion B. volcanoes, erosion, and weathering C. earthquakes, weathering, and uplift D. faulting, volcaonoes, and earthquakes
Time $100-Answer What is C - deposition and uplift
Time $300-Answer What is D - Mud and dirt come down the mountain.
Time $400-Answer What is B - at the bottom of the canyon
Time $500-Answer What is A - deposition, uplift, and erosion
Grab Bag $100 According to this table, Millions of Years AgoGeologic Formation 1000 MYAUtah Under Warm Seas 200 MYA Sand Dunes Deposited 35 MYAVolcanic Activity 15 MYALake Bonneville, water erosion a quick change to the Utah’s surface would most likely be A. Utah under warm seas B. Sand dunes deposited C. Volcanic activity D. Lake Bonneville, water erosion
Grab Bag $200 What scientific knowledge helps people predict what might happen after a forest fire has burned trees and plants on a mountain? A. Mudslides and landslides could occur. B. An arch could form as rock wears away. C. A volcano could erupt and burn more trees. D. Uplift could occur from earthquakes and tremors.
Grab Bag $300 Volcanoes, earthquakes, and uplift affect Earth's surface by creating A. deep ocean basins B. great plains of rich soil C. mountains and valleys D. Arctic ice caps
Grab Bag $400 What direction are A and C moving? A. apart B. together C. toward B D. up and down
Grab Bag $500 Using the information in the table, the drawing that correctly shows how rock layers would appear A B C D
Grab Bag $100-Answer What is C - Volcanic activity
Grab Bag $200-Answer What is A - Mudslides and landslides could occur.
Grab Bag $300-Answer What is C - mountains and valleys