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Fundamentals of Physical Geography

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James Petersen
Publisher: CENGAGE L
ISBN: 9781133606536
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Fundamentals of Physical Geography

2nd Edition
James Petersen
Publisher: CENGAGE L
ISBN: 9781133606536

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What is soil creep and what factors facilitate it?

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Chapter 12 Solutions

Fundamentals of Physical Geography
Ch. 12 - FIGURE 12.19 Multiple cross-cutting joint sets are...Ch. 12 - Can you see how the topography of the Ridge and...Ch. 12 - FIGURE 12.23 (a) In 2012 this massive boulder...Ch. 12 - How might vegetative cover or moisture content...Ch. 12 - What other constructed features might be damaged...Ch. 12 - FIGURE 12.27 Solifluction has formed these...Ch. 12 - FIGURE 12.28 Eventually this overhanging sandstone...Ch. 12 - How would the angle of repose of rounded particles...Ch. 12 - FIGURE 12.31 (a) A small snow avalanche in the...Ch. 12 - FIGURE 12.33 Results of a mudslide in California....Ch. 12 - FIGURE 12.34 Slump is the common name for a...Ch. 12 - FIGURE 12.36 This small debris flow in western...Ch. 12 - FIGURE 12.37 A 1995 debris flow in La Conchita,...Ch. 12 - How is weathering important to the processes of...Ch. 12 - In what ways is mass wasting similar to, yet...Ch. 12 - What are four processes involving expansion and...Ch. 12 - Distinguish between hydration and hydrolysis.Ch. 12 - Why is there more chemical weathering overall in...Ch. 12 - How are joints, fractures, and other voids in a...Ch. 12 - What are the distinguishing characteristics of...Ch. 12 - What is soil creep and what factors facilitate it?Ch. 12 - Describe the principal differences between (a) a...Ch. 12 - What are some ways by which mass wasting hazards...Ch. 12 - If you were an urban planner in a large industrial...Ch. 12 - A mass of wet sediment, including numerous large...Ch. 12 - Using Google Earth, identify the principal type of...

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