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Which of the following is an example of a long-term climatic change? A. Winter B. Ice age C. La Niña D. Summer
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User: Which of the following is an example of a long-term climatic change? A. Winter B. Ice age C. La Niña D. Summer

Weegy: Ice age is an example of a long-term climatic change.
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User: In what times of year are tropical cyclones most likely to form? A. Fall and winter B. Spring and summer C. Winter and spring D. Summer and fall

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User: An extended period when temperatures are well below average is known as a/an A. cold wave. B. ice age. C. drought. D. draft.

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An extended period when temperatures are well below average is known as an Ice Age.
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