What causes landslides to occur, and how to prevent them.
Describes what causes landslides to occur and how to prevent them.
Creep is a geologic phenomenon wherein soil moves slowly down slope due to gravity. One of the most interested effects of creep is the curious twist it may cause at the base of trees such as the specimen in this video.
Hillside properties in the San Francisco Bay Area and elsewhere may be prone to damage from landslides. Geologists are studying the warning signs and progress of local landslides to help reduce risks and give people adequate warnings of these looming threats.
Quiz on Landforms from Erosion and Deposition by Gravity
Practice Landforms from Erosion and Deposition by Gravity questions
Reviews how gravity erodes and deposits sediments.
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Landforms from Erosion and Deposition by Gravity.
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Geotechnical Consultants study the surface and its processes to determine if a project will cause damage to lives or property.
Find out the ingredients for dangerous landslides and how the San Francisco Bay Area is prone to these disasters.
This study guide summarizes the key points of the six concepts about landforms from erosion and deposition by streams, groundwater, waves, wind, glaciers, and gravity. You can download and customize it to suit your needs and study habits.
These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Landforms from Erosion and Deposition by Gravity.