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

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

Weegy: The water cycle is also referred toa s the C. HYROLOGIC CYCLE.
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User: 3. When the water level of a stream or river exceeds its natural banks, it has reached its A. crest. B. capacity. C. flood stage. D. plateau.





Weegy: "Crest" means the highest the water level is expected to get. "Flood stage" is the water level where the river is over it's banks, hence "flooding". A river can crest below, at, or above it's flood stage. [ It can crest three inches above flood stage (innocuous) or fifteen feet above flood stage (a disaster). Or anywhere in between. Or below flood stage. Every river, every spring, is different. ]
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