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What do you call a subsoil that stays permanently frozen? A. A horizon B. Frost C. Ice D. Permafrost
D. Permafrost is a subsoil that stays permanetly frozen.
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D. Permafrost is a subsoil that stays permanetly frozen.
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I agree with MrG. "Frost" means frozen, "perma" is a part of permanent or "constant". Ice and frost can melt, a horizon doesn't freeze.
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