most widespread and costly of all mass wasting processes is:
a. Slump b. creep c.
mudflows d. rockfalls e. solifluction
2. Which of the
following factors can actually enhance slope stability?
Increasing the slope angle b. vegetation c. overloading
e. Rock dipping
in the same direction as the slope
e. none of the
answers is correct.
strength and cohesion of materials b.
the amount of internal cohesion c. gravity d. all of these e. answers a and b.
of material along a surface or surfaces of failure is:
a. slide b. fall c.
earthflow s d. debris flow e.
type of mass wasting common in mountainous regions in which talus accumulates:
a. Creep b. solifluction c. rockfalls d. debris
roles do climate and weathering play in mass wasting?
does water affect mass wasting processes?
‘angle of repose’ and describe its significance in mass wasting.
is creep so prevalent? Why does it do so much damage?