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Title: Jeopardy


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Jeopardy
Controlling Processes
Earthquakes and Volcanoes
Misc
Constructive
Destructive
Q 100
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Q 200
Q 200
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Q 300
Q 300
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Q 400
Q 400
Q 400
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Q 500
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Q 500
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Final Jeopardy
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100 Question Constructive
A deposit of sediment that builds up at a rivers
mouth.
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100 Answer Constructive
Delta
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200 Question Constructive
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200 Answer Constructive
Sand Dune
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300 Question from Constructive
Sand, soil, and rocks are all examples of
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300 Answer from Constructive
sediment
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400 Question from Constructive
Name a landform that is created by glaciers
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400 Answer from Constructive
Moraines
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500 Question from Constructive
Explain how a glacier is both a constructive and
destructive process
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500 Answer from Constructive
Glaciers destruct the Earth by creating new
landforms and carving into canyons. Glaciers
construct the Earth by dropping off sediment in
various places.
12
100 Question from Destructive
What caused this?
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100 Answer from Destructive
Erosion by Water
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200 Question from Destructive
The breaking down of rock at or near the Earths
surface is called
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200 Answer from Destructive
weathering
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300 Question from Destructive
The movement of weathered rock from place to place
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300 Answer from Destructive
Erosion
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400 Question from Destructive
What pulls pieces of rock downhill to create a
landslide?
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400 Answer from Destructive
Gravity
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500 Question from Destructive
What type of erosion caused this to happen?
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500 Answer from Destructive
Erosion by ocean waves/water BONUS name two
other types of erosion
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100 Question from Controlling Processes
Beaches that have eroded are reclaimed through
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100 Answer from Controlling Processes
Beach Nourishment
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200 Question from Controlling Processes
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200 Answer from Controlling Processes
Contour Plowing
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300 Question from Controlling Processes
What is the purpose of a groin? a. To strengthen
dams
b. To stop beach erosion c. To
create new sediment on shorelines
d. To break down headlands
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300 Answer from Controlling Processes
To stop beach erosion
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400 Question from Controlling Processes
Explain the purpose of this structure
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400 Answer from Controlling Processes
Built to hold back floodwaters at times of heavy
rainfall
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500 Question from Controlling Processes
Explain the purpose of this structure
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500 Answer from Controlling Processes
Seawalls absorb the pounding of waves and
protects the coast behind it
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100 Question from Earthquakes and Volcanoes
An earthquake is caused by a __________ in the
rock that makes up Earths crust.
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100 Answer from Earthquakes and Volcanoes
Break
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200 Question from Earthquakes and Volcanoes
Are earthquakes and volcanoes constructive
processes or destructive processes?
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200 Answer from Earthquakes and Volcanoes
They are BOTH constructive and destructive!
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300 Question from Earthquakes and Volcanoes
What is the hot liquid inside of a volcano
called? What is it called when it reaches the
Earths surface?
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300 Answer from Earthquakes and Volcanoes
Magma Lava
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400 Question from Earthquakes and Volcanoes
Devices called ______________ can detect
vibrations during an earthquake.
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400 Answer from Earthquakes and Volcanoes
Seismographs
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500 Question from Earthquakes and Volcanoes
Explain how earthquakes are constructive processes
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500 Answer from Earthquakes and Volcanoes
Earthquakes are constructive processes because
they can build land along fault lines or raise
mountain ranges
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100 Question from Misc
What caused this?
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100 Answer from Misc
weathering
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200 Question from Misc
An earthquake happens along a
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200 Answer from Misc
Fault
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300 Question from Misc
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300 Answer from Misc
Groin
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400 Question from Misc
What is the purpose of this structure?
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400 Answer from Misc
This storm drain prevents streets from flooding
when it rains.
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500 Question from Misc
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500 Answer from Misc
Crust, Mantle, Core
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Final Jeopardy
Name the two methods that farmers use to prevent
soil erosion
53
Final Jeopardy Answer
Contour Plowing and Terracing
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