Which forestr soil has almost the same clay content in horizons A and B?
Raman’s brown forest soil
Lessivated brown forest soil
„Kovárvány” brown forest soil
What is the term for the rich variety of biota and environment manifest at all levels of biological organization?
What is the direction of air current in the case of advection?
What is a chlatrate?
scientific name for carbon-dioxide
a kind of charcoal
a type of aerosol
What is abrasion?
Chemical decomposition caused by water infiltrating into the rock.
Mechanical erosion by wave action. In a broader sense erosion of rock surfaces by streams, wind and ice.
Material transport and erosion by mass movements.
Wind action removing loosened rock debris.
Meandering is typical of this section of the river.
lower section character
lower section character
upper section character
intermediate section character
What are badlands?
Anticlinal structures created by crustal foldin.
Steep-walled karst depressions filled with water.
Type of sand desert.
Surfaces of high relief, dissected by rill erosion and often free of soils in areas of high rainfall intensity.
What is the name of a huge rock mass of coarse-grained rock which solidifies at great depths in the crust?
Sedimentary rock mass of angular clasts.
Extensive continental margin areas covered by sea shallower than 200 m.
If related species are found in similar environments but in different areas or if they are found in the same area but in different environments, they are called …
Calcareous earth spreading means...
increasing of clay content
increasing of humus content
amelioration technique for alkali soils
What phase is aerosol?
solid or liquid
What is a positive climate feedback?
The ocean warms land.
The ocean cools land.
The processes of the climate system mutually intensify each other.
Ocean currents warm or cool the atmosphere.
What is an antecedent valley?
A stream valley from the period before uplift which is incising at the same rate as the area is uplifting.
Valley bounded by strongly eroded parallel ridges.
Steep-walled glacial trough.
Valley type created by subsidence along fault-lines.
What is the name of the inundated zone or area between a bar and the coast, which is gradually filling up with sediment and turning into freshwater?
Sedimentary rock built of siliceous skeletons of protozoa:
Hard, porous carbonate rock precipitated from springs and lakes:
Oceanic zone below 2400 m, where only very fine-grained sediments deposit:
Sea retreat and advance of land: