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to Earth's systems, which one of the following statements is accurate for an open system? A.An open system exchanges energy with its surroundings. B.An open system unchanging. C.An open system is unaffected by outside objects. D.The human influence has little effect on an open system.
Weegy: B. An open system exchanges energy with its surroundings. User: What is not a typical result of wind erosion? Weegy: What is not a typical result of wind erosion? =Dry soil is left behind. User: Which layer in a soil profile contains the most organic matter? User: Which layer in a soil profile contains the most organic matter? A.A-horizon. B.O-horizon. C.B-horizon. D.C-horizon Weegy: The A-Horizon will contain the most organic matter. User: The Grand Canyon was formed as a result of Weegy: The Grand Canyon was formed by the processes of weathering and erosion. The Colorado River and its tributaries formed the canyon as the Colorado Plateau was being geologically uplifted. [ The erosion occurred fairly recently, starting around 17 million years ago, but the geologic record exposed covers around 1.8 billion years. Erosion is the moving of material from one place to another. From the size of the Grand Canyon, you can see that a lot of material was moved. No one is 100% sure how all this erosion took place, but with the help of repeated periods of flooding during previous periods of glaciation, dams formed by volcanism and their eventual breach, the susceptibility of certain rock layers in the canyon to be undercut by layers below them, and the ability of the Colorado River to transport the sediments, it did occur. ] User: Carbonic acid forms when carbon dioxide is absorbed into water. The action of carbonic acid on _____ may produce sinkholes, caverns, and formations like stalagmites. Weegy: C. limestone Carbonic acid forms when carbon dioxide is absorbed into water. The action of carbonic acid on _limestone ______ may produce sinkholes, caverns, and formations like stalagmites. User: The movement of sediment by the forces of nature is called User: What is the process by which water dissolves certain minerals in the soil and carries them away? User: Which one of the following types of rock would weather the fastest? User: Where ... (More)
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The soil with the greatest porosity would have A.round particles of different sizes. B.Angled particles of different sizes. C.angles particles of the same size. D.round particles of the same size.
Weegy: C. round particles of the same size. User: The finest particles of rock in a river are found near its A.headwaters. B.mouth. C.gully. D.divide User: Loam is made up of all of the following materials except A.air. B.silt. C.clay. D.gravel. User: What landform would be created when a river travels around a bend? User: Calcium is carried in water by a process known as User: The factors that allow a river to erode materials include all of the following except A.Temperatures of the river. B.Slope of the river. C.Amount of river discharge. D.Shape of the riverbed. Weegy: The factors that allow a river to erode materials include all of the following except D. temperature of the river. User: Which one of the following statements is correct? A.Stalagmites are formed water containing salt. B.Stalagmites are narrower than stalactites. C.Stalagmites are cone-shaped deposits. D.Stalagmites form on the ceiling of a cavern. Weegy: B. Stalagmites are cone-shaped deposits. User: Which one of the following factors does not affect the rate of weathering for rocks? A.Age of the rock. B.Composition of the rock. C.Amount of rock exposed to the elements. D.Climate where the rock exists. Weegy: Which one of the following factors does not affect the rate of weathering for rocks? A.Age of the rock. [ ] (More)
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