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Which type of mass movement happens very slowly?
Which of these is not an agent of erosion? Water, gravity, waves, sediments
In which type of mass movement can soils behave like a liquid and start flowing?
The correct order of stream/river formation is
Rill, gully, creek, river
Which place would you not expect sediments to be deposited?
On a steep slope near the source of a river formed in a mountain
What increases runoff?
Cutting down crops
TorF: an oxbow lake is a meander that has been cut off from the river
TorF: Groundwater can cause erosion through chemical weathering
TorF: Weathering is the process by which rock and soil are moved from place to place
TorF: Sediment ay consist of pieces of rock or soil, or the organisms
TorF: the Missouri River would be considered a tributary to the Little Sioux River
TorF: sinkholes are caused when water seeps into cracks in rocks and wears away bedrock.
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