Loess Hills and Mass Wasting
Name: Hannah Hopkins
Use the following websites to answer the questions.
1. What is the importance of the Loess Hills in the U.S. and why are the Loess
Hills in Iowa unique?
Loess is the sour
1. The most observable effect of weathering is the fragmentation of bedrock. The reduction of
large rock units into more numerous and less cohesive smaller units. Mass wasting effects the
landscape by an opening left
Volcanoes, Earthquakes, and Tsunamis
Watch the following video and answer these questions about volcanoes:
1. What is a volcano?
Any place in Earths surfac
Chapter 18 Assignment 1
1. Because moisture is required for nearly all kinds of weathering, mechanical weathering is dominant in desert regions. Mechanical weathering processes such as salt wedging are more common
in arid regions. This results not on
Chapter 14 Assignment 1
1. Wegener put together the first comprehensive theory to describe and explain the notion of
continental drift. He accumulated evidence such as the remarkable number of close affinities of