Curious about Earth Science? What do you think about taking this quiz on weathering and erosion for earth science? Weathering is the breakdown of rocks, soil, minerals, wood, and artificial items through contact with water, atmospheric gases, and biological organisms. Erosion entails the transport of rocks and minerals such as water, ice, snow, wind, and waves. This quiz will teach you more about weathering and erosion. You can do it.
Gravity, soil, landslides, water
Wind, water, landslides, air
Gravity, glaciers, wind, water
Glaciers, gravity, air, soil
By clearing plants.
By allowing water to go on the land.
By letting the land die and buring the crops.
By clearing plants or allowing animals to overgraze destroys this groundcover.
By removing all the horizons in the soil and letting bedrocks form.
Creeps, talus's, avalanche, streams, mudflow.
Avalanche, mudflow, landslide, dune.
Gullying, creep, talus, landslide, earthquake.
Avalanche, mudflow, creep, landslide, slump.
Very, very slow down slope movement of rocks. (no water needed)
Very, very slow down slope movement of soil. (water in soil adds to it)
Very, very slow down hill movement of rocks. (no water needed)
Very, very slow dow hill movement of soil. (water in soil adds to it)
Sand storms, deflaton, abrasion
Abrasion, erosion, dunes
Dunes, deflation, abrasion
Climate, parent rock, topography, time and vegetation.
Parent rock, climate, topography, time and humus.
Vegetation, parent rock, time, age of soil, pedocals.
No horizon is made
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