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The SI temperature scale used in science is the A. Kelvin. B. boiling point. C. Fahrenheit. D. Celsius.
B. Kelvin. The SI temperature scale used in science is the Kelvin scale.
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User: The SI temperature scale used in science is the A. Kelvin. B. boiling point. C. Fahrenheit. D. Celsius.

Weegy: B. Kelvin. The SI temperature scale used in science is the Kelvin scale.
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User: The three stages in the development of a full tropical cyclone are formative, mature, and A. tornado. B. tropical cyclone. C. damage. D. dissipation

Weegy: The three stages in the development of a full tropical cyclone are formative, mature, and C. dissipation.
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User: Which of the following is an example of a long-term climatic change? A. Blizzard B. Summer C. Winter D. Ice age

Weegy: Which of the following is an example of a long-term climatic change? B. Summer
nlewis123|Points 160|

User: Because of changes over time, the most accurate weather forecasts are A. short-term forecasts. B. analog forecasts. C. seven-days forecasts. D. long-term forecasts

Weegy: B. Short-range forecast where the forecast is made for a time period for today and/or tomorrow (up to 48 hours), are generally more accurate than the other types of forecasts.
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User: The level of the oceans' surfaces is known as _______ level. A. surface B. atmospheric C. sea D. volcanic oceanic

Weegy: The level of the oceans' surfaces is known as D. sea level. " ".
lilachicks3|Points 80|

User: By using sound waves, _______ signals allow oceanographers to determine ocean depth. A. phone B. sonar C. radar D. radio

Weegy: By using sound waves, _______ signals allow oceanographers to determine ocean depth. Answer:C. sonar source:
Iner|Points 70|

User: An extended period of well-below-average rainfall is known as a A. flood. B. draft. C. heat wave. D. drought.

Weegy: An extended of well-below-average rainfall is A. drought
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User: The Köppen classification system is used as a classification system for A. climates. B. weather systems. C. high-pressure systems. D. low-pressure systems.

Weegy: The Köppen classification system is used as a classification system for A. climates the answer is A. climates
Expert answered|shinshin|Points 98|



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