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Which of the following is not a common purpose for constructing reservoirs? A. to regulate water flow along rivers B. to create recreational areas C. to store water for times of drought D. to
increase seasonal river flooding
B. to create recreational areas. This is not a common purpose for constructing reservoirs.
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