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1013-001%2022%20Exam%202%20Post%20Review - GEO 1013 Third...

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Unformatted text preview: GEO 1013 Third Planet Exam 1 Review 1. The hydrologic cycle a) describes the circulation of water in streams, lakes and wetlands. b) describes a primary mechanism of the movement of energy as well as the movement of water from one part of the globe to another. c) describes a primary mechanism of the movement of energy from one part of the globe to another. d) describes the movement of water from the atmosphere to the hydrosphere. Form B #19 2. What proportion of the Earth's surface water is fresh water found in streams, lakes, and wetlands? a) 50 percent b) 25 percent c) 5 percent d) less than 1 percent Form B #20 3. Stream gradient, discharge, and _______________ determine the velocity of a stream. a) age b) color c) channel shape d) salinity Form B #21 4. A stream's discharge is a) greatest during a time of flood. b) greatest before a flood. c) minimal during a flood. d) constant regardless of water level. Form B #22 5. Ions dissolved in a stream are called a) suspended load. b) bed load. c) dissolved load. d) capacity. Form B #23 6. Boulders, cobbles, and sand are carried by a stream as a) abrasion load. b) suspended load. c) bed load. d) dissolved load. Form B #24 7. Most sediment is carried in most streams as a) abrasion load. b) suspended load. c) bed load. d) dissolved load. Form B #25 8. The water on the outside of a stream curve moves a) slower than the water on the inside b) faster than the water on the inside. c) the same speed as the water on the inside. d) mostly vertically in a process called upwelling. Form B #26 9. The velocity in a straight stream is greatest: a) Along the banks b) At the deepest part of the stream c) At the center near the surface d) The velocity is constant across the width stream Form B #27 10. The 100-year flood is defined as: a) A flood that occurs every 100 years b) The maximum historic flood c)A flood that has a 0.01 percent chance of happening at any time d) The flood that caused the most damage Form B #28 11. The region ultimately drained by a single river is a a) flood plain. b) channel. c) drainage basin. d) drainage divide. Form B #29 12. Groundwater represents how much of the world's fresh water?...
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