g1-5_(ch17-20)_fall_10

g1-5_(ch17-20)_fall_10 - Physical Geography Exam 5...

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Physical Geography Exam 5 (ch17 - 20)  1. 
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Aeolian  processes refer to those involving ________.  A) 
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groundwater  B) 
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running water  C) 
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chemical  weathering  D) 
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ice  E) 
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wind    2. 
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Water  moving roughly parallel to the shoreline is called ________.  A) 
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a longshore  current  B) 
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backwash  C) 
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swash  D) 
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oblique waves  E) 
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stream outflow    3. 
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Which of  the below correctly describes the ice in a mountain glacier?  A) 
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never stops  moving downhill  B) 
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never stops  moving uphill  C) 
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On the average,  it moves downhill once every hundred years.  D) 
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moves downhill  only during times of high temperature  E) 
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moves downhill  when snow accumulation exceeds ablation    4. 
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How is  geothermal energy used to generate electricity?    5. 
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Undergro und water is a weak ________ acid.  A) 
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nitric 
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B) 
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carbonic 
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C) 
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sulfuric 
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D) 
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tannic 
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E)  c i   I
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a bajada 
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This note was uploaded on 06/08/2011 for the course GEO 1 taught by Professor Dean during the Spring '11 term at Riverside Community College.

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