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Unformatted text preview: Sheet1 Page 1 Ch 10.18 The two requirements of glacial till are that it be Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. poorly sorted and stratified 0% B. well sorted and stratified 0% Student Response C. poorly-sorted and unstratified 100% Student Response D. well sorted and unstratified 0% Score: 3/3 Ch 10.12 Most of Earth's glacial ice is located over Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. Greenland 0% B. Iceland 0% C. the Arctic portions of North America, Europe, and Asia 0% Student Response D. Antarctica 100% Student Response Score: 3/3 Ch 10.11 A "knife edged mountain ridge" defines a(an) Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. cirque 0% Student Response B. arete 100% Student Response C. horn 0% D. kame 0% Score: 3/3 Ch 10.10 What percent of all of the fresh water existing on Earth is contained within glaciers? Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. 20% 0% B. 40% 0% C. 60% 0% Student Response D. 80% 100% Student Response Score: 3/3 Ch 10.21 Sheet1 Page 2 A glacially deposited rock whose composition is such that it could not have originated where found is called a(an) Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. tarn 0% B. esker 0% Student Response C. erratic 100% Student Response D. kame 0% Score: 3/3 Ch 10.6 Dry-based glaciers are most likely to be found Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback Student Response A. in polar regions 100% Student Response B. in deserts 0% C. within high mountains 0% D. far from sources of water 0% Score: 3/3 Ch 10.5 Which of the following glacial features CANNOT be used to determine the direction of ice movement? Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. ground moraine 100% Student Response Student Response B. roches moutonnees 0% C. drumlins 0% D. grooves and striations 0% Score: 0/3 Ch 10.23 The Grand Tetons, just west of Jackson, Wyoming, are excellent examples of Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. aretes 0% B. tarns 0% C. cols 0% Student Response D. horns 100% Student Response Score: 3/3 Ch 10.19 In today's terminology, the term "glacial drift" refers to Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. any material deposited from glacial ice 100% Student Response B. glacial material picked up and transported by the wind 0% Sheet1 Page 3 Student Response C. rock materials being carried on the surface of an active glacier 0% D. oceanic accumulations of glacially derived sediments 0% Score: 0/3 Ch 10.13 As glacial ice accumulates, plastic flow of the ice within the base of the glacier will be initiated once the ice exceeds a thicknes...
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