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PS100 Questions from Chapter 31 Comprehension matching A measure of how elliptical Earth's orbit is. Where snow and ice accumulate in a glacial system. Surface of pebbles and cobbles created by the removal of fine-grained sand by wind. Part of glacial system where melting of snow and ice occurs. Measure of the connectedness of the porosity in a rock. Gases in the atmosphere that trap heat. Converting marginal dry lands into desert. Wonderful place to farm because of the enriched soil. Point in the subsurface where the rocks become saturated with water. The amount of pore space found in a rock. Created when an underground cavern collapses. During this period of time large continental glaciers can form and grow. Used to protect Holland by holding the ocean behind it. true/false Gravity and buoyancy are the two forces that drive the hydrologic system. true false
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The Eolian system is a more effective form of erosion than the hydrologic system. true
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