In a science like Physical Geography, inductive reasoning would involve the development of a theory to explain previously collected facts or observed phenomenon.
Form of air pollution that develops in urban areas.
Form in cracks that develop in the soil during winter because of thermal contraction.
In the spring, these cracks fill with liquid water from melting snow which subsequently re-freezes.
The amount of precipitation intercepted by plants varies with leaf type, canopy architecture, wind speed, available radiation, temperature, and the humidity of the atmosphere.
Soil order (type) of the United States Natural Resources Conservation Service Soil Classification System.
These soils have horizons in the early stages of pedogenesis.
This process continues for many cycles until the ice wedge reaches its maximum size.
Deposition of humus, chemical substances, and fine mineral particles in the lower layers of a soil from upper layers because of the downward movement of water through the soil profile. Species that migrate into an ecosystem or that are deliberately or accidentally introduced into an ecosystem by humans.
Relatively small and simple animals that have a rigid external skeleton, three body sections, three pairs of legs, and antennae.