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The process to convert seawater into freshwater is known as A. salination. B. desertification. C. desalination. D. deforestation.
The process to convert seawater into freshwater is known as: A. DESALINATION.
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User: The process to convert seawater into freshwater is known as A. salination. B. desertification. C. desalination. D. deforestation.

Weegy: The process to convert seawater into freshwater is known as: A. DESALINATION.
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User: The process to convert seawater into freshwater is known as

User: The process to convert seawater into freshwater is known as A. deforestation. B. desalination. C. salination. D. desertification.

Weegy: The process to convert seawater into freshwater is known as: A. DESALINATION.
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User: Fuels derived from living things are known as A. hybrid fuels. B. biomass fuels. C. electricity. D. synthetic fuels.

Weegy: Fuels derived from living things are known as C) biomass fuels
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Weegy: Scientists can determine if oxygen existed in Earth's Archean atmosphere by: A. looking for oxidized iron in rocks.
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User: Sand or gravel that naturally forms near Earth's surface is known as A. ore. B. pollen. C. aggregate. D. bedrock.

Weegy: Sand or gravel that naturally forms near Earth's surface is known as D)Bedrock Sand and gravel is usually mined in surface pits or rock is crushed to size, gold is mined in surface pits, underground mines, and in streams and rivers.
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User: Another name for unicellular organisms that dominated Earth up to the Precambrian time is A. eukaryotes. B. prokaryotes. C. cyanobacteria. D. stromatolites.

Weegy: Another name for unicellular organisms that dominated Earth up to the Precambrian time is D. stromatolites. Check the link for additional details:
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User: When new clay sediment is deposited on top of old beach material, it's known as A. transgression. B. aggression. C. progression. D. regression.

Weegy: When new clay sediment is deposited on top of old beach material, it's known as B. transgression. " ".
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User: The microscopic organisms at the base of the marine food chain are known as A. plant life. B. primitive life. C. terrestrial animals. D. phytoplankton.

Weegy: The microscopic organisms at the base of the marine food chain are known as: A. phytoplankton.
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User: What is the most abundant fossil fuel? A. Oil B. Coal C. Wood D. Gas





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