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The time period from one noon to the next is called a
The time period from one noon to the next is called a solar day.
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____ is the process in which materials on or near earth’s surface break down and change
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A/n ____ os a type of mass movement that occurs when a thin block of soil,rock, and debris separates from the underlying bedrock
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The water table is the: upper level of an underground surface in which the soil or rocks are permanently saturated with water.

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In addition to being necessary for respiration ____ also provides UV radiation protections
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Sand or gravel that naturally forms near esrth’s surface is known as
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