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Most water on Earth is in which form? A. ice B. saltwater C. groundwater D. liquid surface freshwater
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User: Most water on Earth is in which form? A. ice B. saltwater C. groundwater D. liquid surface freshwater

Weegy: Most water on Earth is in ICE form.



User: Which of the following is an important principle of how water moves through a watershed? A. Most freshwater is in the form of ice. B. Small streams flow into larger streams. C. Each watershed contains only a single source of water. D. Clouds are formed through evaporation and then condensation.

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