What is this mass wasting landform (N 43.81570 W 110.78665)? I suggest that you view this landform in Google Earth, that you spin the view around to look towards the south and zoom into an eye altitude of 2.8 km

What is this mass wasting landform

1. What is this mass wasting landform (N 43.81570 W 110.78665)?  I suggest that you view this landform in Google Earth, that you spin the view around to look towards the south and zoom into an eye altitude of 2.8 km.

 

a.

rotational slump

 

b.

earthflow

 

c.

talus cone

 

d.

translational slide

1 points   

QUESTION 2

1. What is this mass wasting landform (N 48.284272° W 121.850112°)?  I suggest that you view this landform in Google Earth looking towards the northwest and zoom into an eye altitude of about 0.5 km (500 meters. This mass wasting event is complex so focus on the top part of the mass wasting. The question is about the top part – specifically at N 48.284272° W 121.850112°

 

a.

stuzstrom

 

b.

rotational slump

 

c.

debris flow

 

d.

debris avalanche

1 points   

QUESTION 3

1. What is this mass wasting landform (S 43.571196° E 172.757795°)?  I suggest that you view this landform in Google Earth looking towards the west and zoom into an eye altitude of about 0.1 km (100 meters).

 

a.

rock fall

 

b.

rotational slump

 

c.

debris flow

 

d.

translational slide

1 points   

QUESTION 4

1. What is this mass wasting landform (N 34.365020° W 119.444966°)?  I suggest that you view this landform in Google Earth, that you spin the view around to look towards the northeast and zoom into an eye altitude of about 350 meters (0.35 km).

 

a.

translational slide

 

b.

rotational slump

 

c.

earthflow

 

d.

talus cone

1 points   

QUESTION 5

1. What is this mass wasting landform (N 33.985842° W 117.169795°)?  I suggest that you view this landform in Google Earth, that you spin the view around to look towards the west and zoom into an eye altitude of about 900 meters (0.0 km).

 

a.

translational slide (or block   glide)

 

b.

debris avalanche

 

c.

talus cone

 

d.

debris flow

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