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FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE PART I

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Geology
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GEOL 1001
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FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE PART I 1 Topography dominated by depressions formed by the collapse of caves is termed avalley and ridgebkarstchorst and grabenANSB2 To qualify as a desert a region must be ahot with a mean annual temperature greater than 25C 77Fbarid with less than 15 of the ground surface vegetatedcboth hot and ariddeither hot or aridANSB3 Because glacial advance is driven by gravity it is impossible for glaciers to advance over perfectly flat terrainatruebfalseANSB4 Today continental glaciers are limited to Antarctica and aAlaskabGreenlandcCanadadSiberiaANSB6 Which type of continental coastline features a much broader continental shelfapassive continental marginsbactive continental marginsANSA7 A coastline is more likely to consist of a tidal flat than a beach if athe shore is protected from strong wavesbthe shore is exposed to strong wavescthe shore is in a warm climatedthe shoreline runs eastwest rather than northsouthANSAThe elevation of the water table ais a constant for a given area so long as the topography remains the samebmay rise during times of drought and sink during rainy periods
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