Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition

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In some climates, temperatures drop significantly at night. 

How could this impact weathering of rocks? 

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Which of the following are examples of physical weathering?

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Which of the following is an example of chemical weathering?

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Which of the following is an example of deposition? 

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The breaking down of rocks and other materials on the Earth's surface.

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Which three factors affect soil formation?

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The process by which rock and soil are moved from one place to another is called 

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The image above depicts the effects of chemical weathering breaking down limestone. Which type of chemical weathering causes this reaction?

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Why is acidic rain falling on calcite not an example of physical weathering?

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Which of the following does not lead to erosion?

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The tallest sand dunes in North America are found in Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve in Colorado. These dunes were formed from the sand at the bottom of a dry lake bed. Which of the following agents is most likely responsible for the formation of the sand dunes?

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Worms play an important role in soil formation. They help to ........ 

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How is physical weathering different from chemical weathering? 

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Which of the following are the three agents of erosion and deposition?

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Which rock does acidic rain chemically weather to create holes? 

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