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What is a landform?
A natural feature on
Earth’s surface
Row 1, Col 1
What is a glacier?
A thick sheet of ice that slowly
creeps over parts of Earth.
1,2
What is false?
Freezing, thawing, and abrasion
are all types of erosion.
1,3
What is soil?
Erosion can easily change
Earth’s surface when the
surface is covered by
loose, dry _______.
1,4
What is a canyon?
A deep, narrow valley
carved by a river
2,1
What is chemical weathering?
Rocks break down when their
minerals are changed during
_____________
2,2
What is true?
Chemical weathering causes
gradual changes in a statue
exposed to acid rain.
2,3
What is wind?
_______ can deposit sand into a
hill called a sand dune.
2,4
What is physical weathering?
Rocks break down without
changing rock material during
____________
3,1
What is deposition?
Weathered rock is dropped off
by wind or water during this
process
3,2
What is false?
Humus in soil is formed from
weathered rock and minerals.
3,3
What is erosion?
The usual order by which a landform is changed:
weathering, __________,
deposition
3,4
What is erosion?
Weathered rock is carried away
during this process
4,1
What is water erosion?
The process that created this
canyon.
4,2
What is true?
A glacier widens and deepens
a valley into a U shape.
4,3
What is wind and water?
Erosion is most often caused
by ________ and ________.
4,4
What is a delta?
Land formed at the mouth of a
river due to sediments dropped
5,1
What are barrier islands?
This
landform
protects
the
coastline
from
erosion.
5,2
What is false?
When rivers reach flat land,
they slow, become wider, and
flow straighter.
5,3
What is exfoliation?
____________ causes the outer
layers of rock to peel off like the
layers of an onion.
5,4