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97 % of all water on Earth is in the oceans. Which of the following is the correct order of the Earth's water storage compartments from largest to smallest: A) ocean, atmosphere, lakes, groundwater, rivers, ice caps B) ocean, groundwater, rivers, ice caps, atmosphere, lakes C) ocean, ice caps, groundwater, lakes, atmosphere, rivers D) ocean, lakes, ice caps, groundwater, atmosphere, rivers E) ocean, atmosphere, ice caps, groundwater, rivers, lakes
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97% of all water on Earth is in the oceans. The correct order of the Earth's water storage compartments from largest to smallest: ocean, ice caps, groundwater, lakes, atmosphere, rivers.
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