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Final Jeopardy Question 1. Water 2 Weathering 500 6 Misc. 4 Glaciers 3 Labs 5 Pics 100 200 300 400 500 400 300 200 100 200 300 400 500
Back % of fresh water that humans can actually use?
Back Draw a diagram labeling the zone of aeration, zone of saturation, water table, and capillary fringe.
Back Rivers carrying sediment in suspension often makes the water look?
Back What is the term for a layer of rock that is permeable and has high porosity?
Back % of water found in the oceans?
Back What weathering process causes caves to form?
Back What is the most important by- product of weathering?
Back What type of rock weathers the easiest?
Back Which city would undergo more weathering. Chicago or Pheonix? Why?
Back Name 3 examples of chemical weathering.
Back On the field trip how did the cracks first form in the sidewalk?
Back Why doesnt Chicago need to irrigate in the summer?
Back What is the relationship between porosity and permeability
Back Why does Chicago have no evapotranspiration in the winter?
Back In the porosity/permeability lab, what type material had the most porosity? Permeability?
Back During the last ice age what % of earth was covered in ice?
Back Where is the largest continental glacier in the world located?
Back List 3 differences between a valley glacier and continental glacier.
Back Draw a mountain labeling a horn, arete, and cirque.
Back What shaped valleys do glaciers form?
Back Type of mass movement
Back Why did this rock formation form?
What type of river is this? How do you know?
What is the reason why we have ice ages and who was the man who came up with the theory?
Back Draw a cross section of soil and label the horizons.
Back List 3 characteristics of a young river?
Back What is the most powerful agent of erosion
Back What is the most important agent of erosion?
Back Draw a valley glacier and label the following. Lateral, medial, and end moraine, outwash plain, where the glacier moves the fastest, slowest and
Hosted by Mrs. Dempsey Mass Movement Water Erosion Glaciers What am I?
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What are the differences between weathering, erosion, and deposition?
GLACIERS What is a glacier? Large volume of ice on land Doesn’t melt in the summer Ice moves and flows with the pull of gravity What does it take? Very.
Chapter 8 Erosional Forces Section 8-2 Glaciers Note Guide.
Glaciers once covered most of the Earth –in total there have been up to 22 times when glaciers covered large areas of the Earth… including Alberta the.
Ch. 5 Glaciers & Ice Ages p guided notes.
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By: Savannah, Abby, and Cassidy. Water Glacier Wind.
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EARTH SYSTEMS REVIEW Tuesday, January 15, Soil erosion happens when soil is carried away by wind and water. Which of the following is a good.
Label: 1.aquifer 2.water table 3.impermeable layer 4.zone of saturation 5.zone of aeration, 6.recharge area aquifer Water table Impermeable layer (bedrock)
Weathering, Erosion and Deposition Review. Jeopardy Round 1 The Changing Earth WED?ErosionMore WED? Miscellaneous Double Jeopardy.
Erosion and Deposition. Breaking Down Processes Weathering The breaking down of the earth’s material by natural processes. Erosion The process by which.
Agents of Erosion.
Glaciers Chapter 8, Section 2.
Glaciers and Long Island
What things change the Earth’s surface slowly?. Slow Changes to the Earth’s Surface Process is a synonym for change. Slow Process- A change that occurs.
Guided Notes For Glaciers Section 8.3. Glaciers shape the landscape by eroding, transporting, and depositing huge volumes of rock and sediment.
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