How are terminal moraines formed
User: Choose all the answers that apply. Which of the following are formed by constructive forces? loess tsunamis sand dunes islands moraines
pathwise |Points 1257|
User: Fine pebbles are 2.0 to 5.0 mm in diameter. Sand is 0.05 to 2.0 mm in diameter. Which of the following statements is true? Fine pebbles have a lower terminal fall velocity than sand. Fine pebbles have a higher threshold velocity than sand. Fine pebbles are more vulnerable to wind erosion than sand. Fine pebbles in a river will be deposited after sand.
Weegy: Fine pebbles have a higher threshold velocity than sand.
Alinail |Points 180|
User: Which of the following statements is true? Frost-wedging happens when water freezes
andbreaks rocks. Seafloor spreading is caused by seismic waves. Earthquakes are both destructive and constructive. Hydraulic action and abrasion are the main ways particles are transported by wind.
Weegy: The answer is C) Earthquakes are both destructive and constructive.
bongche |Points 3366|
User: Score: Mudflows _____. are a type of mass wasting are constructive forces are marked by rock piles called talus happen when sediment flows from a low elevation to a higher one
Weegy: Mudflows are a type of mass wasting.
BRAINSTORM |Points 3058|
User: The rate and amount of wind erosion is most influenced by _____. wind velocity plant cover climate animal life
Weegy: The answer is climate.
Expert answered|Fanboy |Points 2711|Source: www.weegy.com