ACC 444 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Mass Wasting, Marin Headlands, Wetting

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They make up a lot of the planet"s surface, being between the crest of a ridge and the bottom of a valley. As such a lot of study has gone into their shape or form. What follows is some reminder background to help you complete the lab practical: Convex from the mass wasting lecture, (links to an external site. )links to an external site. you learned that slopes with a convex form (getting steeper and steeper going down from the top of a ridge crest) tend to occur in locations where soil creep (links to an external site. )links to an external site. is the dominant process that moves material downhill. Concave: from the lecture on what happens to water that does not sink into the ground (links to an external site. Slopes with cliffs: from the mass wasting lecture, (links to an external site.

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