5 Written questions
5 Multiple choice questions
- when chemical gases and acids eat away at the earth's surface changing it.
- the carrying away of pieces of weathered rock by gravity, water, wind or ice.
- the bends or S shaped curves in a river.
- the extra precipitation that flows across the land's surface and flows into rivers, lakes, streams, and oceans.
- breaking down rocks into smaller pieces by wind and water.
5 True/False questions
flood plain → part of the water cycle when gas changes to a liquid.
ice wedging/expansion → when water goes into a crack in a rock and freezes only to make the crack bigger.
precipitation → part of the water cycle when liquid changes to a gas.
abrasion → to scrape against by rubbing together or by wind. example wind rubs sand over rock.
evaporation → part of the water cycle when liquid changes to a gas.