Chap14.sakai

Chap14.sakai - The Earths water supply moves from one...

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The Earth’s water supply moves from one storage area to another – from ocean to air and from air to ground, through an endless process known as: (A)hydrologic cycle (B) atmospheric circulation (C) carbon cycle (D) adiabatic lapse rate (E) deep ocean circulation
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Most fresh water on the Earth is: (A)in glaciers and ice caps (B) in the atmosphere (C) underground (D) in rivers and lakes (E) in people’s toilets
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Aquifers are: (A)giant water-filled caves, often used for swimming (B) large lakes, often used for recreational purposes (C) rocks with many, small, interconnected holes, filled with water (D) rocks with saline water (E) found only under swamps
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A cone of depression develops: A) if water in an artesian system changes direction of flow B) when the water table is drawn closer to the earth's surface C) if water is withdrawn from a well faster than it can be replenished D) when the person next to you keeps talking non-stop E) when the aquifer-aquiclude systems collapse
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of the Earth is the ________. (A)mantle
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