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Can anybody please explain to me what 'slopes in temperature environments' and 'slopes in arid environments' mean please? i cant find anywhere what is meant by arid and temperature environments
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It's temperate, not temperature.

Temperate environments are those with a mild climate, like Britain (or most of Europe).

Arid environments are dry and hot; they're deserts.

I can't help with how this changes slopes, but that might give you some ideas about where to start. :dontknow:
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(Original post by PythianLegume)
It's temperate, not temperature.

Temperate environments are those with a mild climate, like Britain (or most of Europe).

Arid environments are dry and hot; they're deserts.

I can't help with how this changes slopes, but that might give you some ideas about where to start. :dontknow:

THANK YOU SOOOO MUCH!!!!!! I clearly didn't look closely at what was written thats helped me so much. it was saying how TEMPERATE environments have rounder slopes due to chemical weathering, and arid environments have jagged/ straight slopes because of mechanical weathering... i think that is right.
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