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Environmental Soil Management

by: Antonietta Satterfield

Environmental Soil Management ENVP 425

Antonietta Satterfield
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Antonietta Satterfield on Saturday September 12, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to ENVP 425 at West Virginia University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 35 views. For similar materials see /class/202695/envp-425-west-virginia-university in Environmental Health Science at West Virginia University.

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AGRNENVP 425 Environmental Soil Management READING GUIDE Geologic Erosion and Sedimentation see Troeh et al 2004 Ch 3 31 to 33 344 to 38 p 4650 5771 x N 00 5 U 01 00 50 x O x x x I x 0 x A x 01 x G OBJECTIVE To understand the geologic processes that have and continue to shape the Earth s surface Define erosion What is the difference between geologic erosion and accelerated erosion Why must erosion and sedimentation be considered together What factors control the nature of sedimentary deposits Explain the differences among igneous metamorphic and sedimentary rocks Consider differences in grain or particle size and mineralogy Describe the differences among the various transported parent materials alluvium colluvium glacial till loess What are examples of depositional landscapes How do they form What are examples of lava rock landscapes How do they form What are examples of uplift landscapes How do they form What is the difference between a closed and an open drainage system How is stream order used to describe drainage patterns Describe the processes by which a stream valley system will develop What factors may control where the stream valleys occur What is mass wasting What are examples of mass wasting processes How does soil wetness influence mass wasting Differentiate between downwearing and backwearing How do these theories relate to observable patterns of soil variability What are examples of water deposit landscapes both alluvial and bottom deposits How do they form What are examples of wind deposit landscapes How do they form What are some typical rates of geologic erosion Where are geologic erosion rates greatest How do catastrophic events influence these rates SYNTHESIS 17 Where should each of the following parent materials be found in West Virginia colluvium alluvium loess organic deposits Explain your answer See also Questions 1 4 and 5 on page 71 of Troeh et al 2004 Questions in plain type represent basic facts and concepts Questions in bold type are those that are answered in the text but require more careful consideration The Synthesis questions at the end help you apply the facts and concepts to a relevant issue Reading Guide Geologic Erosion and Sedimentation l


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