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The most easily polluted groundwater reservoirs are A. salt reservoirs. B. artesian wells. C. sewage plant reservoirs. D. water-table aquifers.
Pollution in Groundwater In general, the most easily polluted groundwater reservoirs are water-table unconfined aquifers. The answer is letter D.
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User: The most easily polluted groundwater reservoirs are A. salt reservoirs. B. artesian wells. C. sewage plant reservoirs. D. water-table aquifers.

Weegy: Pollution in Groundwater In general, the most easily polluted groundwater reservoirs are water-table unconfined aquifers. The answer is letter D.
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User: Water that flows downhill along Earth's surface is called A. cycles. B. beach hydraulics. C. runoff. D. rain.

User: Water that flows downhill along Earth's surface is called A. cycles. B. beach hydraulics. C. runoff. D. rain.

User: Which of the following best describes deflation as it relates to Earth science? A. The lowering of land surface caused by wind B. An avalanche caused by skiers C. Beach erosion caused by high tides D. High tides caused by full moons

Weegy: The lowering of land surface caused by wind
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User: A depression in the ground due to a cave collapse or acidic water dissolution of limestone is called a A. stalagmite. B. cave. C. sinkhole. D. stalactite.

Weegy: Answer: d. sinkhole is the depression in the ground due to cave collapse or acidic water dissolution of limestone ikc.caves.org/docs/sinkhole.pdf
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User: Which gas is a source of natural groundwater pollution? A. Radon B. Hydrogen C. Oxygen D. Carbon

Weegy: A. Radon is a source of natural groundwater pollution.
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User: What is the most significant factor that controls the development of soil? A. Time B. Topography C. Parent material D. Climate

Weegy: The most significant factor that controls the development of soil is D) climate
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