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Seventh Grade (Grade 7) Geomorphology Questions

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Grade 7 Geomorphology
Weathered fragments are often carried away by a natural process called
  1. exfoliation
  2. erosion
  3. decomposition
  4. nitrogen fixation
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Grade 7 Geomorphology
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Grade 7 Geomorphology
The difference between a delta and an alluvial fan is
  1. an alluvial fan is formed as a stream begins to cut into its floodplain
  2. a delta forms in mountainous areas, alluvial fans on flat land
  3. a delta forms while entering water, an alluvial fan forms on dry land
  4. a delta is formed with a levee
Grade 7 Geomorphology
The movement of rocks.
  1. Deposition
  2. Weathering
  3. Erosion
Grade 7 Geomorphology
The rock material glaciers pick up, carry and deposit is called
  1. deposition
  2. hanging valleys
  3. glacial drift
  4. cirques
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Grade 7 Geomorphology
Humus is formed as a result of the process called
  1. decomposition
  2. weathering
  3. exfoliation
  4. oxidation
Grade 7 Geomorphology
Process in which rocks get broken down.
  1. Weathering
  2. Erosion
  3. Deposition
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What is a glacier that covers up a large region called?
  1. country glacier
  2. continental glacier
  3. pacific glacier
  4. antarctic glacier
Grade 7 Geomorphology
Rocks are deposited.
  1. Weathering
  2. Deposition
  3. Erosion
Grade 7 Geomorphology
There are three main forms of mountains building, they are:
  1. sliding, folding and shifting
  2. sling, faulting and shifting
  3. faulting, folding and volcanic activity
  4. volcanic activity, moving and folding
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