Weathering and mass movement in river valleys

True or false? Weathering is the break down of rock in situ.

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Which of the following is not an example of weathering?

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Slumping is an example of mass movement.

True or false? Freeze-thaw weathering is an example of chemical weathering.

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Freeze-thaw weathering is an example of mechanical weathering.

True or false? Chemical weathering involves the breakdown of rock caused by changes in its chemical composition.

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Which type of chemical weathering involves minerals dissolving when they come into contact with water?

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Identify the process of weathering that involves rock being broken down by living things.

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True or false? Mass movement is the down-slope movement of material under gravity.

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Which of the following is not an example of mass movement?

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True or false? When a river erodes the base of a valley side it can cause undercutting. The material above is no longer supported leading to the increased risk of mass movement occurring.

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True or false? Mass movement is also more likely to occur when weathering processes are active in a river valley.

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Weathering and mass movement in river valleys
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