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Which of the following can increase as a result of stratospheric ozone depletion and can contribute to the melting of glaciers? A. radioactive decay B. ozone accumulation C. the intrusion of magma D. incoming solar radiation
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User: What is the main source of heat energy in Earth's inner core? A. friction B. solar energy C. radioactive decay D. electromagnetic radiation

User: Which of the following can increase as a result of stratospheric ozone depletion and can contribute to the melting of glaciers? A. radioactive decay B. ozone accumulation C. the intrusion of magma D. incoming solar radiation

Weegy: Incoming solar radiation can increase as a result of stratospheric ozone depletion and can contribute to the melting of glaciers.
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User: Astronomers locate distant celestial objects at different points in Earth's orbit to estimate each object's distance from Earth. What is this method called? A. parallax B. intercept C. triangulation D. interferometry

Weegy: Astronomers locate distant celestial objects at different points in Earth's orbit to estimate each object's distance from Earth. This method is called: PARALLAX.


User: Titan is the only moon in the solar system with a significant atmosphere. Which planet does Titan orbit? A. Jupiter B. Saturn C. Uranus D. Neptune

Weegy: Titan is the only moon in the solar system with a significant atmosphere. Titan orbits the planet: SATURN.


User: The point that is directly above a particular location on Earth is known as A. the nadir. B. the zenith. C. the azimuth. D. the local meridian.

Weegy: The point that is directly above a particular location on Earth is known as the zenith.


Question|Asked by goldbullets
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