Natural Disasters Quiz 4 - . Quiz Four: Question 1 If a...

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Unformatted text preview: . Quiz Four: Question 1 If a 100-year floodplain was flooded in 2003, in how many years should we expect the next 100-year flood? Student Response Correct Answer Feedback A. It could be anytime B. next year C. 10 years D. 20 years E. 100 years Score: 0/1 Comments: 2. Quiz Four: Question 2 Which way does groundwater flow in a dry climate, with respect to a stream (provided a stream exists)? Score: 1/1 Comments: 3. Quiz Four: Question 3 Which of the two scenarios, gaining stream versus loosing stream, is more prone to flooding and why? Score: 0/1 Comments: 4. Quiz Four: Question 4 Why does a stream bottom erode more deeply when its water level rises in a flood? Score: 1/1 Comments: 5. Quiz Four: Question 5 Why do floods in first-order streams provide only a short time of warning for people downstream but high-order...
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Natural Disasters Quiz 4 - . Quiz Four: Question 1 If a...

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