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Water that flows downhill along Earth's surface is called A. cycles. B. beach hydraulics. C. runoff. D. rain.
Water that flows downhill along Earth's surface is called C. runoff.
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User: Water that flows downhill along Earth's surface is called A. cycles. B. beach hydraulics. C. runoff. D. rain.

Weegy: Water that flows downhill along Earth's surface is called C. runoff.
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User: Which sentence best describes mass movement? A. The steady pace of air bouncing off a mountain B. The downhill movement of animals due to heavy snow in their normal home C. The movement of people from New Jersey to Ohio D. The downhill flow of soil and rock resulting from gravity

Weegy: The movement of people from New Jersey to Ohio is D. The downhill movement of animals due to heavy snow in their normal home [smile] [ ]
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User: Which of the following soil types is richest in organic material? A. Red soil B. Yellow soil C. Blue soil D. Dark-colored soil

Weegy: Dark-colored soil is a type of soil that is rich in organic material.
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User: Which of the following best describes deflation as it relates to Earth science? A. Beach erosion caused by high tides B. High tides caused by full moons C. The lowering of land surface caused by wind D. An avalanche caused by skiers

Weegy: The lowering of land surface caused by wind
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User: The vertical sequence of the layers of soil is called a soil A. family. B. profile. C. horizon. D. dynasty.

User: A stream channel is formed when water A. creates a depression, which forms a lake. B. carries minerals into the ocean. C. carves a narrow path into rock. D. carves a very deep and wide channel into rock.

Weegy: Flowing water, in streams and rivers or across the land in sheets, is the dominant erosional process in shaping Earth's landscape. Streams and rivers are not merely systems for moving surface water to the world's oceans and seas. [ They are also systems for moving weathered rocks and other sediment to those large bodies of water. In fact, it is estimated that streams and rivers move about 1.65 billion tons (1.5 billion metric tons) of sediment from land to the oceans each year. By shifting such great masses of sediment, streams and rivers become sculptors of the land. Streams and rivers erode, transport sediment, change course, and flood their banks in natural and recurring patterns. It is true that most of the erosional work done by surface water is not done by streams or rivers but instead by falling raindrops and by the resulting unorganized runoff down slopes. Yet streams and rivers are able to create both erosional landforms (their own channels, canyons, and valleys) and depositional landforms (floodplains, alluvial fans, and deltas) as they flow over Earth's surface. Read more: ]
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User: A stream channel is formed when water A. creates a depression, which forms a lake. B. carries minerals into the ocean. C. carves a narrow path into rock. D. carves a very deep and wide channel into rock.

Weegy: Flowing water, in streams and rivers or across the land in sheets, is the dominant erosional process in shaping Earth's landscape. Streams and rivers are not merely systems for moving surface water to the world's oceans and seas. [ They are also systems for moving weathered rocks and other sediment to those large bodies of water. In fact, it is estimated that streams and rivers move about 1.65 billion tons (1.5 billion metric tons) of sediment from land to the oceans each year. By shifting such great masses of sediment, streams and rivers become sculptors of the land. Streams and rivers erode, transport sediment, change course, and flood their banks in natural and recurring patterns. It is true that most of the erosional work done by surface water is not done by streams or rivers but instead by falling raindrops and by the resulting unorganized runoff down slopes. Yet streams and rivers are able to create both erosional landforms (their own channels, canyons, and valleys) and depositional landforms (floodplains, alluvial fans, and deltas) as they flow over Earth's surface. Read more: ]
nlewis123|Points 160|

User: Soil can best be described as the A. sandy bottom of the ocean's floor. B. third layer beneath the Earth's surface. C. loose covering of weathered rocks and decaying organic matter. D. layer of bedrock four layers beneath the Earth's surface.

Weegy: Soil can be best described as D) loose covering of weathered rocks and decaying organic matter.
innersource|Points 7455|

User: Which of the following is not a process of a stream load? A. Bed Load B. Suspension C. Divide D. Materials in solution

Weegy: C. Materials in solution Types of stream load 2.1 Dissolved load 2.2 Suspended load 2.3 Bed load
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User: When the water level of a stream or river exceeds its natural banks, it has reached its A. capacity. B. flood stage. C. crest. D. plateau.

Weegy: When the water level of a stream or river exceeds its natural banks, it has reached its B. flood stage.
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