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Spring tides happen when _____. the Sun, moon, and Earth are aligned the Sun and moon are at right angles to the earth the earth is facing the moon the earth is facing away from the moon
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User: Spring tides happen when _____. the Sun, moon, and Earth are aligned the Sun and moon are at right angles to the earth the earth is facing the moon the earth is facing away from the moon

Weegy: C. the earth is facing the moon
RinatisDinoro|Points 270|

User: Which of the following locations will most likely have the least amount of evaporation? Gobi Desert Amazon Jungle Florida Wetlands London, England

Weegy: d
earnonline724|Points 169|

User: Which of the following areas would most likely have the greatest amount of surface runoff? low, flat plain sandy beach steep mountainside V-shaped valley

Weegy: The steep mountain. [ * Land use * Vegetation * Soil type * Drainage area * Basin shape * Elevation * Slope * Topography * Direction of orientation * Drainage network patterns * Ponds, lakes, reservoirs, sinks, etc. in the basin, which prevent or alter runoff from continuing downstream ]
lisawelch|Points 5602|

User: Describe the circulation of deep ocean water.

User: Score: Darlene jumps into a swimming pool. She is creating _____. deep water waves impact waves surface currents tidal waves

Weegy: B.impact waves
RinatisDinoro|Points 270|

User: Most of Earth's freshwater is _____. in the ocean in lakes and rivers frozen in glaciers and ice caps found underground

Weegy: b
iulianu|Points 236|

User: The curved circulation of surface currents is caused by _____. the moon's gravity the Sun's gravity Earth's rotation the water cycle

Weegy: Earth's rotation
tinkermei|Points 1084|

User: Low tide _____. happens once a day is the trough of a tidal wave happens 2 hours after high tide only happens during the spring

Weegy: D. only happens during the spring
MoStWaNteD|Points 2661|

User: The Blue Nile River begins in Lake Tana. The lake is the river's _____. mouth source watershed tributary

Weegy: It is its source.
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa|Points 3996|

User: Which of the following statements is true? Winds near the equator are called the westerlies. The Gulf Stream is a dense, cold water current. In the Southern Hemisphere, gyres spin in a counterclockwise direction. The North Equatorial Current is the largest current in the Pacific Ocean.

Weegy: A is true, it occurs in both hemispheres
ComaWhite|Points 58|

User: Water _____. has a pH value of 0 expands when it freezes is less dense than ice dissolves in most substances

Weegy: Water b. expands when it freezes.
sharpies|Points 8399|

User: About 30% of Earth's freshwater is found in _____. the ocean lakes and rivers glaciers and ice caps underground aquifers

Weegy: b
iulianu|Points 236|

User: Precipitation _____. drives the water cycle is the change from a solid to a gas happens more frequently than evaporation over land happens more quickly in cold areas than warm ones

User: Ocean salinity is 35 ppt. This means there are _____. 35 grams of salt for every 10 grams of water 35 grams of salt for every 100 grams of water 35 grams of salt for every 1,000 grams of water 35 grams of salt for every 10,000 grams of water

Weegy: C. 35 grams of salt for every 1,000 grams of water
RinatisDinoro|Points 270|

User: Saltwater _____. is mainly used in mining is only found in oceans covers less than 50 percent of the Earth can be desalinated and used for irrigation

Weegy: D. can be desalinated and used for irrigation
ComaWhite|Points 58|

User: Score: As ocean depth increases, _____. temperature increases density decreases salinity increases pressure decreases

User: Most glaciers _____. don't move contain saltwater are found near the equator take hundreds of years to form

Weegy: Most glaciers take hundreds of years to form (or much longer)
ramkitten|Points 7315|

User: Choose all the answers that apply. Lakes are recharged by _____. evaporation precipitation rivers transpiration groundwater seepage melting snow and ice

Weegy: Recharge occurs both naturally and anthropologically (i.e., "artificial groundwater recharge"), where rainwater and or reclaimed water is routed to the subsurface.
itsmejason51|Points 25|

User: Which of the following is the largest available source of fresh surface water? Lake Mead Ogallala aquifer Atlantic Ocean Arctic ice cap

Weegy: Arctic ice cap
spyderman|Points 651|

User: Score: Ethan dives 10 meters into the Atlantic Ocean. How much pressure does he experience? 1 atm 10 atm 35 ppt 29.4 psi

Weegy: There are Five oceans: Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Glacial Artic Ocean, Glacial Antartic Ocean, Indian Ocean ...
javedsarkar|Points 1015|

User: Which of the following statements is true? The sides of a glacier move more quickly than the middle. Most glaciers are found in mountainous areas near the equator. Glaciers and ice caps have the same salinity as ocean water. Glaciers create wide, U-shaped valleys and sharp-peaked mountains.

Weegy: Glaciers and ice caps have the same salinity as ocean water.
kashton|Points 683|

User: Which of the following soils is the most porous? Soil A - flat, sorted particles. Soil B - round, sorted particles Soil C - round, unsorted particles Soil D - flat, unsorted particles

Weegy: C) Soil C - round, unsorted particles
jher000|Points 7615|

User: In the Northern Hemisphere, ocean gyres flow clockwise. This is caused by _____. the Coriolis effect the moon's gravity thermohaline circulation the water cycle

Weegy: This is caused by the Coriolis effect.
ramkitten|Points 7315|

User: Which of the following areas will most likely have the greatest amount of surface runoff? low, flat plain steep mountainside sandy beach dry desert sand

User: In cold, snowy areas, water is added to the atmosphere through _____. sublimation condensation transpiration precipitation

Weegy: B. condensation
RinatisDinoro|Points 270|

User: Evaporation _____. occurs equally all over the globe is the change in state from a gas to a liquid happens more quickly in warm areas than cool ones is the process by which plants release water into the atmosphere

User: Most of the water vapor in Earth's atmosphere comes from _____. sublimation and transpiration infiltration and surface runoff rain, sleet, hail, snow, and freezing rain oceans, seas, lakes, and rivers

Weegy: Most water vapor in the atmosphere comes from evaporation from lakes, oceans, and rivers (larger bodies of water). However, water vapor can also come from evaporation from the leaves of plants (transpiration) and even from animals. [ If you have ever been sweating in a hot and dry climate area, you have contributed to the total amount of water vapor in the area ]
cyssuss|Points 2545|

User: Condensation _____. is the change from liquid water to water vapor requires dust or other tiny particles happens more quickly in dry locations than in wet ones drives the water cycle

Weegy: When water vapor cools, it condenses. The change from water vapor to clouds is condensation.
iulianu|Points 236|

User: Phineas has a tomato plant. The plant adds water to the atmosphere through _____. transpiration evaporation sublimation condensation

Weegy: The answer would be plant sweating.
user1583|Points 1061|

User: Score: Which of the following locations will most likely have the highest average annual precipitation? South Pole Sahara Desert Juneau, Alaska Amazon Rainforest

Weegy: Which of the following locations will most likely have the highest average annual precipitation?Alaska Amazon Rainforest
jameshand|Points 2049|

User: Which of the following locations will most likely have the highest rate of evaporation? North Pole Gobi Desert Pacific Ocean Amazon Rainforest

Weegy: C. Pacific Ocean, if we speak about volumes and B. Gobi Desert if we speak about intensity. But if there's just one, i think B
RinatisDinoro|Points 270|

User: Hot water _____. has a higher pH value than cold water holds less dissolved oxygen than cold water is beneficial to living organisms in aquatic ecosystems contains more hydrogen than cold water

Weegy: a)has a higher pH value than cold water
rickjames|Points 884|

User: Cohesion describes water's _____. attraction to other substances attraction to itself ability to dissolve most substances rate of cooling and heating

Weegy: attraction to itself
Rya8484|Points 41|

User: Score: The "hardness" of water describes _____. how quickly it heats and cools its attraction to other substances its level of dissolved minerals how much dissolved oxygen it contains

Weegy: A
sauce016|Points 0|

User: The oxygen side of a water molecule is _____. neutral slightly negative slightly positive

Weegy: The answer is C)slightly positive.
eikcid|Points 1344|

User: Water _____. boils at 100°C cools very quickly is made of helium and oxygen is slightly acidic at the oxygen end

Weegy: A)boils at 100?C
Fanboy|Points 2301|

User: Ice floats in water because it _____. is less dense than water contains more oxygen than water has a higher pH than water has more surface tension than water

Weegy: A)is less dense than water
jeifunk|Points 5960|

User: Which of the following statements is true? Water is easily polluted because it can dissolve harmful chemicals. When water freezes, it contracts and becomes more dense. Thermal pollution happens when cold water is released into an ecosystem. Adhesion describes a water molecule's attraction to another water molecule.

Weegy: Adhesion describes a water molecule's attraction to another water molecule is True
OxTornado007|Points 5288|

User: Which of the following is part of the smallest percentage of freshwater? Lake Powell Hubbard Glacier Pacific Ocean Baltic Sea

Weegy: The correct answer is D. glaciers and aquifers
pritilixious|Points 218|

User: Most of Earth's freshwater is _____. found in oceans and seas stored in glaciers and ice caps groundwater stored beneath the surface found in lakes, rivers, streams, and reservoirs

User: Which of the following locations most-likely experiences physical water scarcity? Amazon Rainforest Boston, Massachusetts Florida Wetlands Sahara Desert

Weegy: sahara desert
camryn|Points 0|

User: Which of the following statements is true? Earth's water is distributed evenly around the world. Ninety-five percent of the world's population has access to the water they need. Glaciers add to Earth's groundwater and surface water sources. Economic scarcity happens when climate limits the amount of available water.

Weegy: c)Glaciers add to Earth's groundwater and surface water sources.
rachell028|Points 822|

User: Score: Most of Earth's water is _____. freshwater stored as ice unsuitable for drinking found beneath the surface

Weegy: Most of Earth`s water is located in the Antarctic, Arctic and Greenland ice sheets and contained within ice sheets and glaciers , [ freshwater stored as ice unsuitable for drinking found beneath the surface. Please find proof here ]
Expert answered|Judit|Points 22|

User: Hot water _____. has a higher pH value than cold water holds less dissolved oxygen than cold water is beneficial to living organisms in aquatic ecosystems contains more hydrogen than cold water

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Asked 8/30/2012 6:19:43 AM
Updated 9/10/2014 5:39:10 PM
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Precipitation: happens more frequently than evaporation over land.

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Evaporation: happens more quickly in warm areas than cool ones.

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Confirmed by selymi [11/21/2014 10:33:25 AM]
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