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Which factor has greatest importance in determining the characteristics of an aquatic ecosystem? (1 point) A. day length B. water depth C. angle of sunlight D. average precipitation
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User: Which factor has greatest importance in determining the characteristics of an aquatic ecosystem? (1 point) day length water depth angle of sunlight average precipitation

User: Which factor has greatest importance in determining the characteristics of an aquatic ecosystem? (1 point) day length water depth angle of sunlight average precipitation

User: Which factor has greatest importance in determining the characteristics of an aquatic ecosystem? (1 point) A. day length water depth angle of sunlight average precipitation

User: Which factor has greatest importance in determining the characteristics of an aquatic ecosystem? (1 point) A. day length B. water depth C. angle of sunlight D. average precipitation

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