What is the name of the process by which a river wears away the land?
Fluvial erosion is the process by which a river wears away the land.
Which of the following is not a type of fluvial erosion?
Plucking is a type of glacial erosion.
Which type of erosion involves boulders and stones wearing away the banks and bed of a river?
Abrasion is the sand-paper effect whereby boulders and stones carried by the river wear away the banks and bed.
Which type of erosion involves sediment particles knocking against the bed or each other and break, becoming more rounded and smaller as you move down the river
Attrition is the process of erosion whereby particles become smaller and more rounded as the result of them hitting each other.
Which type of erosion involves the sheer force of fast flowing water hitting the bed and banks forcing water and air into cracks in the bedrock causing it to weaken and break away.
Hydraulic action weakens the bed and banks by the sheer force of the water.
The type of erosion that involves slightly acidic water dissolving rock such as limestone and chalk is known as what?
Solution is responsible for dissolving sedimentary rock such as limestone and chalk.
Which type of erosion is labelled A in the image?
A is lateral or sideways erosion.
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