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30, The diagram below represents a geologic cross 34.

The map belovv shows the top view of a

section. meal1dering stream as it enters a lake,


l;£i,;:j Conglomerate h\,).'{ Sandstone

~Limestone o Shale
At which points along the stream are erosion
and deposition dominant?
(1) Erosion is dominant at A and D, and
deposition is dominant at Band C.
Which statement best explains why the
(2) Erosion is dominant at B and C, and
conglomerate appears to be the most weathered
deposition is dominant at A and D.
(3) Erosion is dominant at A and C, and
(1) The conglomerate particles are large.
deposition is dominant at B and D.
The conglomerate is composed of quartz
(4) Erosion is dominant at Band D, and
cobbles and pebbles.
deposition is dominant at A and C.
(3 The conglomerate underlies a steeper-sloped
surface. 35. \\lhich diagram below best represents the air
(4) The conglomerate has been exposed to circulation around a Northern Hemisphere low-
weathering the longest. pressure center?

W11ich gas in the atmosphere has the most
influence on day-to-day weather changes? I

(1) ozone (3) water vapor II

(2) oxygen (4) carbon dioxide , (3)


The properties of an air mass are mostlvl I

detennined by the "
(1) rate of Earth's rotation I
(2) direction of Earth's surface winds
source region where the air mass fanned !
path the air mass follows along a land surface

33. Aut airmass originating over north central

Canada would most likely be
and dry cold and dr,;
" "'; ,
"wa...rmand moist liiG mOIst

April Reviel" 2009