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  • River System, Erosion and Deposition Review Game
  • Question slide goes up
    Group collaboration time (Be careful, you don’t want the group next to you to hear you)
    Group response written on the board, face down
    On signal, all groups hold up answer boards
    Die is rolled
    Answer slide is shown
    If winning group is correct, points are added
    All other groups receive $50 if they answered correctly
    The rules…
  • What is the name for the rills, gullies, and streams that feed into a river?
    $150
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  • tributaries
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  • What are three names for the land area that provides water to a river system?
    $300
  • watershed, river basin, drainage basin
  • The wearing away or breaking down of rocks and sediment by mechanical or chemical means is _______________.
    $150
  • weathering
  • Oxidation, hydrolysis, and carbonic acids are examples of __________________.
    $200
  • chemical weathering
  • Photo Bonus
    Every group that answers correctly will get the points!
  • What type of chemical weathering is this an example of?
    $500
  • oxidation
  • The laying down or settling of weathered rock and sediment is __________________.
    $150
  • deposition
  • Where do earthquakes and volcanoes usually occur?
    $500
  • at plate boundaries
  • What are the five agents of erosion and deposition?
    $250
  • wind, water, waves, glaciers, and gravity
  • What is the crust and the upper, rigid part of the mantle called?
    $200
  • lithosphere
  • What is the transportation of weathered rock and sediment called?
    $150
  • erosion
  • Rapid Fire!
    Your group will receive credit for each correct answer. Time is short, though…
  • What occurs at convergent plate boundaries (both continental and oceanic)?
    $100
  • folded mountains, subduction zone, deep-ocean trenches, island arcs of volcanoes, most destructive earthquakes, Mariana, compression stress
  • What agent of erosion and deposition is responsible for the formation of beaches, sand dunes, sand bars?
    $150
  • waves
  • A ___________ forms when a river weathers and erodes its way through cliffs or mountains.
    $300
  • canyon
  • Earth’s layer that is made of solid nickel and iron?
    $150
  • inner core
  • The layer of Earth responsible for Earth’s magnetic field ______________
    $150
  • inner core
  • Photo Bonus!
  • What agent caused
    this erosion
    and deposition?
    $300
  • gravity
  • What agent of erosion and deposition was responsible for the Dust Bowl in the 1930s?
    $150
  • wind
  • What are two synonyms for gravity erosion? You must have both…
    $200
  • mass movement and mass wasting
  • Rapid Fire!
    Your group will receive credit for each correct answer. Time is short, though…
  • What are examples of mass wasting?
    $100 each
  • slump, creep, lahar, landslide, mudflow, earthflow
  • What is the land area that has a higher elevation and separates two adjacent river basins?
    $150
  • divide
  • What soil horizon is rich in humus?
    $150
  • topsoil
  • Photo bonus!
  • What type of
    mechanical
    weathering
    provides
    evidence of glacial
    erosion?
    $250
  • abrasion
  • The formation at the mouth of a river that is created when the river deposits its load ________________
    $300
  • delta
  • What type of chemical weathering creates caverns?
    $300
  • carbonic acid (or dissolution)
  • The point at which an earthquake occurs and energy is released?
    $200
  • focus
  • Rapid Fire!
  • What occurs at divergent plate boundaries (both oceanic and continental)?
    $100 each
  • seafloor spreading, mid-ocean ridge, rift valley, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Great Rift Valley in Africa, tension stress
  • The term that describes all surface water that flows in a river basin _______________
    $300
  • runoff
  • What are the three types of seismic waves? You must name all three…
    $300
  • P-waves (pressure), S-waves (shearing), and Surface waves
  • Name the five main soil horizons in order, beginning at the surface. Give the letter and the title of each horizon.
    $500
  • O–OrganicA-TopsoilB-SubsoilC-Partially weathered bedrock R-Bedrock
  • What happens to the density, pressure, and temperature of Earth as depth increases?
    $200
  • all increase
  • What weathering agent can be cause both mechanical and chemical weathering?
    $200
  • biological: plants and animals
  • What layer of the mantle has convection currents and is responsible for plate movement?
    $150
  • asthenosphere
  • What 3 types of evidence support Wegener’s theory of continental drift? Types, not specifics…
    $300
  • fossil, geologic, and climate