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Weathering and Erosion

Quiz by Ash Anicic

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10 questions
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  • Q1
    The process of breaking down rock is called...
    Erosion
    Weathering
    Deposition
    Sediment
    120s
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  • Q2
    The process of transporting broken down rock is called...
    Sediment
    Deposition
    Weathering
    Erosion
    120s
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  • Q3
    Weathering and erosion can occur without the other occurring....
    false
    true
    True or False
    120s
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  • Q4
    When oxygen in water mixes with iron it causes...
    Acid
    Carbonic Acid
    Rust
    Dust
    120s
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  • Q5
    Humans can impact on weathering and erosion...
    true
    false
    True or False
    120s
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  • Q6
    Physical weathering mainly occurs in ____ and ___ environments
    cold and dry
    hot and wet
    cold and wet
    hot and dry
    120s
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  • Q7
    Chemical weathering mainly occurs in ___ and ___ environments
    cold and wet
    cold and dry
    hot and wet
    hot and dry
    120s
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  • Q8
    Acid rain is an example of...
    Deposition
    Physical weathering
    Erosion
    Chemical weathering
    120s
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  • Q9
    When waves move sand to settle on a new beach this is called...
    Deposition
    Sediment
    Erosion
    Weathering
    120s
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  • Q10
    Freezing causes rocks to weather by...
    instantly cracking the rock
    moving the rock to a new place
    expanding and cracking the rock over time
    keeping the rock in place
    120s
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