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Seventh Grade (Grade 7) Geomorphology Questions

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Grade 7 Geomorphology
The movement of rocks.
  1. Deposition
  2. Weathering
  3. Erosion
Grade 7 Geomorphology
Process in which rocks get broken down.
  1. Weathering
  2. Erosion
  3. Deposition
Grade 7 Geomorphology
Grade 7 Geomorphology
Grade 7 Geomorphology
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.
Grade 7 Geomorphology
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
Which of the following best describe continents?
  1. large masses of rock floating in the ocean
  2. thick parts of the tectonic plates that make up the large land masses
  3. another word for 'countries'
  4. all of the above
Grade 7 Geomorphology
Choose which of the following are true about Continental Glaciers.
  1. can spread over entire continents
  2. form in valleys between mountains
  3. smooth and flatten land
  4. form features such as drumlins, erratics and kettle lakes
Grade 7 Geomorphology
Grade 7 Geomorphology
The rock material glaciers pick up, carry, and deposit is called
  1. deposition.
  2. a hanging valley.
  3. glacial drift.
  4. a cirque.
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
Grade 7 Geomorphology
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