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    @NathalyN

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    What process is shown at point M? Select one: a. Evaporation b. Storage c. Surface runoff d. Infiltration

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    What is the most likely explanation for the smaller size of the hypoxic zone in the year 2000? Select one: a. An increase in fertilizer dumping in rivers b. Decrease in the amount of sediments carried into the Gulf c. Decreased amounts of phosphorus and nitrogen in the Gulf d. Increased growth of phytoplankton

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    for the first one I would have to go with surface runoff because of the down arrow.

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    Awsome thanks (:

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    #3 At which point is evapotranspiration most likely to occur? Select one: a. D b. F c. G d. K

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    #4 The water that falls from the sky today as rain may have once been part of the ocean. How can this be? Select one: a. The water was precipitated from the ocean, evaporated in clouds, and fell as condensation. b. The water was evaporated from the ocean, condensed in clouds, and fell as precipitation. c. The water was evaporated from the ocean, precipitated in clouds, and fell as condensation. d. The water was condensed from the ocean, evaporated in clouds, and fell as precipitation.

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    #5 Even if you live in the middle of North America, the quality of your watershed can affect the quality of the ocean. How can this be? Select one: a. Evaporation carries materials from your watershed to the ocean. b. Materials in your watershed are eventually transported to an ocean. c. The amount of water in your watershed will affect ocean evaporation. d. Materials in your watershed are not transported to an ocean.

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    #6 Which of the following is the most responsible force driving the water cycle? Select one: a. Gravity b. Elevation differences c. Energy from the Sun d. Flow of water over the ground

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    #7 The continental United States is divided into two very large watersheds, one which drains into the _______________ and the other into the ________________. Select one: a. Mississippi River; Gulf of Mexico b. Pacific Ocean; Gulf of Mexico c. Atlantic Ocean: Gulf of Mexico d. Atlantic Ocean; Pacific Ocean

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