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The water cycle is also referred to as the _______ cycle. A. watershed B. hydrologic C. oxygen D. hydrogen
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User: The water cycle is also referred to as the _______ cycle. A. watershed B. hydrologic C. oxygen D. hydrogen

User: The triangular-shaped body of water that forms where a streams enters a larger body of water is a/an A. alluvial. B. meander. C. rejuvenation. D. delta.

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The water cycle is also referred to as the HYDROLOGIC cycle.
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The triangular-shaped body of water that forms where a streams enters a larger body of water is a: DELTA.
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