Question 29 3 out of 3 points which of the following

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Question 29 3 out of 3 points Which of the following strategies would help you to reduce the amount of waste that you generate ?
Question 30 3 out of 3 points
The amount of fossil fuels that goes into the production of a year's supply of disposalbe water bottles would be enough to power 1 million cars for an entire year.
Question 31 3 out of 3 points Leachate is _______________________.
Question 32 3 out of 3 points The National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) issues permits and regulates discharge of pollutants from point sources.
Question 33 3 out of 3 points Which of the following strategies are effective in decreasing the amount of nutrient pollution that gets into natual waters from agricultural sources? Choose all that apply! plant buffers of shrubs, trees and/or grasses between crop lands and natural water bodies use constructed wetlands to remove nutrients in water waste streams before they leave the farm
apply nutrients on a regular schedule, rather than applying nutrients based on soil nutrient tests Correct Answers: plant buffers of shrubs, trees and/or grasses between crop lands and natural water bodies use constructed wetlands to remove nutrients in water waste streams before they leave the farm
Question 34 3 out of 3 points Match the following water quality parameters with their description. Question Correct Match Selected Match pH A. a measure of the acidity (or basicity) of the water A. a measure of the acidity (or basicity) of the water turbidity B. measures the amount of light that can infiltrate the water body (i.e., cloudiness of the water) B. measures the amount of light that can infiltrate the water body (i.e., cloudiness of the water) specific conductanc e D. measures how well water conducts electricity, which depends on the mineral salt content of the water D. measures how well water conducts electricity, which depends on the mineral salt content of the water suspended sediment C. how much sediment (non- dissolved particles) is being carried by the water C. how much sediment (non- dissolved particles) is being carried by the water

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