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Renee99

  • 2 years ago

The table below shows salinity tests from coastal Louisiana following a salt water influx during hurricanes Katrina and Rita. If efforts are not made to reduce the salinity in these areas, what is the most likely long term effect? IMAGE LINK: https://www.connexus.com/content/media/369615-882011-121051-PM-2022243367.png A. an increase in the diversity of salt-intolerant plants B. a growth in the population of all types of plants C. a reduction in the numbers of all types of plants D. a shift in species composition to more salt-tolerate plants

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  1. Renee99
    • 2 years ago
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    I think its D, what do you think?

  2. Danman325
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    I think it might be D too

  3. Renee99
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    The questions on the quiz i'm taking are very vague, most of them have multiple answers that look like they would be correct.. That's what makes it so confusing.

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