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1. This is an underground source of fresh water. (1 point) Aquifer Water table Deposition Well

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    2. This is a form of ground water pollution where heavier chemicals fall back to the ground and coat the trees and leaves of plants. (1 point) Acid rain Deposition Global warming Greenhouse effect 3. This is a process by which water is brought into the water table to replace water that has been taken out through wells. (1 point) Replenishment Recharge Deposition Rain 4. This is the upper limit of usable ground water. (1 point) Aquifer Deposition Well Water table 5. This percentage of all water on the planet is salt water. (1 point) 97% 95% 93% 91% 6. This percentage of water on earth is fresh water used for drinking. (1 point) 1% 2% 6% 3% 7. Much of this is frozen glaciers and ice caps, so we don’t consider it usable. (1 point) Salt water Fresh water Rainwater Ice 8. Water evaporates from the surface into the sky and back down to the earth as what? (1 point) Clouds Thunder Rain Lightning 9. Aquifers are deep _________ rivers or caves that filter and store fresh water. (1 point) forested mountainside molded underground 10. Currently, new regulations control the use of pesticides and chemical fertilizers to reduce what? (1 point) Water contamination Insect population Crop sizes Illness

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