Which of the following is a type of weathering that involves the physical breakdown of rocks without changing their chemical composition?
What weathering process is primarily responsible for the rusting of iron?
Mudslides are often triggered by:
In which climate is chemical weathering more prevalent?
Cold and dry
Hot and dry
Hot and humid
Cold and humid
What type of rock is generally more resistant to weathering?
All rocks weather equally
Which factor influences weathering related to the slope and shape of the land?
What factor can accelerate weathering and cause chemical erosion of rocks and buildings?
Which of the following is a type of mass movement that involves slow, continuous soil movement?
Which of the following factors does NOT significantly affect weathering?
How does vegetation contribute to weathering?
By accelerating physical weathering
By reducing chemical weathering
By releasing acids that chemically weather rocks
By increasing the rock's resistance to weathering