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1. How is an areas topography determined? C 2. How do GPS use elavation points on Earths system to find latitude and longitude? A 3. How are lakes and ponds similar? A 4. Which part of the ocean floor is part of the continuous underwater mountain range that circles Earth? B 5. Which of the following statements describes the difference between physical and chemical weathering? C 6. In which kind of climate would frost wedging most likely occur? B 7. How do decomposers increase the fertility of soil? B 8. If a farmer plants the same crop in a field year after year, th
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anonymous
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1. How is an areas topography determined? C 2. How do GPS use elavation points on Earths system to find latitude and longitude? A 3. How are lakes and ponds similar? A 4. Which part of the ocean floor is part of the continuous underwater mountain range that circles Earth? B 5. Which of the following statements describes the difference between physical and chemical weathering? C 6. In which kind of climate would frost wedging most likely occur? B 7. How do decomposers increase the fertility of soil? B 8. If a farmer plants the same crop in a field year after year, the soil becomes less fertile. What causes this decrease in fertility? D 9. How does conservation plowing help limit the destruction of soil? C 10. Which soil layer contains the most humus? A 11. The rocky mountains are more jagged than the appalachian mountains. This suggests that A 12. How does the contour plowing technique conserve soil? A 13. When he base of a glacier melts and refreezes, it will likely pick up some rocks. This process is called B 14. Use the diagram to answer the following question. The diagram above shows CREEP, which is a type of mass movement. Which of the following usually causes creep? B 15. Use the image below to answer the following question: Which land feature by water erosion and decomposion is shown in the image above? A 16. The mass of rock and soil directly deposited by a glacier is called? C 17. Which of the following is evidence that groundwatercauses erosion and decomposion? D 18. Every year, Eli and his family vist the great sand dunes desert in colorado. Eli notices that more sand dunes with varied shapes and sizes appear each year. Explain what causes this erosion. Wind erosion causes the sand to move up into sand dunes. 19. Hannah is comparing a rock from a river bed and a rock from deep underground. One is very smooth, and the other has very rough edges. Explain why each rock was probably found in that location. The one that is very smooth is most likely found from the river bed. This is because the rock has had time spent in the water, constantly moving and tumbling against other rocks, that over a long period of time gave the rock a smooth appearance. The rock from deep underground would have rough edges because it has been lodged in one spot and hasn't been tumbling around to get rid of it's rough edges.
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