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A divide as it relates to Earth science is the A. stream that flows between two trees. B. rate of precipitation that exceeds infiltration. C. largest river system possible. D. elevated land
area that separates one watershed from another.
A divide as it relates to Earth science is the A. elevated land area that separates one watershed from another[ ]
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User: A divide as it relates to Earth science is the A. stream that flows between two trees. B. rate of precipitation that exceeds infiltration. C. largest river system possible. D. elevated land area that separates one watershed from another.

Weegy: A divide as it relates to Earth science is the A. elevated land area that separates one watershed from another[ ]
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User: A meander is best described as a A. straight streamline into a lake. B. pond located streamside. C. depression for swimming. D. bend or curve in a stream channel.

Weegy: A meander is best described as D. bend or curve in a stream channel.
Expert answered|DenZ88|Points 65|

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