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Chap17_karstsakai - Earth Systems Exam 3 Non-cumulative...

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Earth Systems: Exam 3 Non-cumulative final exam Chapter 9, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 20 Thursday, May 6th 12pm Livingston Gym RU ID # required You will need a #2 pencil Review session next class Friday, April 30th
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The process of moving loose material in ‘hops’ or bounces is ________. (A) disolution (B) suspension (C) creep (D) beadload (E) saltation
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The motion of water particles in a wave is primarily ________. (A)up and down (B) side to side (C) elliptical (D) circular (E) refracting
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The distance between consecutive wave crests or wave troughs is the __________. (A) swash (B) backwash (C) wavelength (D) saltation (E) wave height
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The water from a breaking wave that pulls back into the ocean by gravity is termed __________. (A) backwash (B) swash (C) wavelength (D) saltation (E) bedload
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Waves often strike the shore at an angle, but the backwash is directly back into the water. The resulting zigzag movement of sand down the beach is called _________. (A)longshore drift (B) oscillating waves (C) creep (D) rip current (E) barrier island
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What is necessary for a dune to form?
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Jersey Shore assesses storm damage from beach erosion, flooding March 16 th 2010
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  • Spring '08
  • Vancura
  • Sulfuric acid, Limestone, Karst topography, Sulfuric acid dissolution, common Karst formation, Beach dune interaction

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