If central Pennsylvania had a really dry year and received only one third of

If central pennsylvania had a really dry year and

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37.If central Pennsylvania had a really dry year, and received only one-third of our usual rainfall,we would be just dry enough to be a called a desert if such dry years stayed for a long time.How much rainfall per year would we be receiving per year then? (In an average year,Pennsylvania gets about the same amount of precipitation as the average for the world.)A) 0.001 feet.B) 0.01 feet.C) 0.1 feet.D) 1 foot.E) 10 feet.38.What happens to most of the water that falls on central Pennsylvania’s Happy Valley each year(or any similar place, such as Washington, DC or other places with trees)?39.A dam is built on a river, forming a reservoir. Over time, this likely will cause:40.If you are drilling a well to reach water, you usually will have to drill:
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41.Based on what you learned about the Redwoods and Death Valley, and remembering that airreaching an Appalachian valley (such as Happy Valley, where Penn State’s University Parkcampus is, or Cade’s Cove in the Smokies) must pass over an Appalachian ridge, what is likely tobe accurate:A) Compared to the valley, the ridge is relatively dry and warm.B) Compared to the valley, the ridge is relatively dry and cool.C) Compared to the valley, the ridge is relatively wet and cool.D) Compared to the valley, the ridge is relatively wet and warm.E) Compared to the valley, the ridge has exactly the same weather.
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