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Which of the following is not a means of water erosion?      A. Rivers B. Ocean waves C. Natural springs D. Streams
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Natural springs is not a means of water erosion.
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The level of the oceans' surfaces is known as _______ level. A. sea B. volcanic oceanic C. atmospheric D. surface
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The level of the oceans' surfaces is known as SEA level.

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The area in which sediment is deposited along the shore is the A. cove. B. cave. C. beach. D. current.
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The area in which sediment is deposited along the shore is the BEACH.

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The SI temperature scale used in science is the A. Kelvin. B. boiling point. C. Fahrenheit. D. Celsius.
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The SI temperature scale used in science is the (A) Kelvin (K) scale.

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Consider the following scenario: You live near the shoreline and hear a report that an earthquake hit the ocean floor near your location. Your town may experience A. a tsunami. B. snow. C. hail. D. rain.
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You live near the shoreline and hear a report that an earthquake hit the ocean floor near your location. Your town may experience a tsunami.
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