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6. Lightning heats the surrounding air to A. 300,000°C. B. 3,000°C. C. 30,000°C. D. 300°C.
Lightning heats the surrounding air to 30,000°C.
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A tributary is a river that A. is located in California. B. flows into another river or stream. C. has a bank of less than 22 feet. D. is in the southeastern United States.
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The water table is the upper boundary of the zone of saturation.
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8. Which of the following is not a process of a stream load? A. Divide B. Bed Load C. Materials in solution D. Suspension
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DIVIDE is not a process of a stream load.
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11. What is the most significant factor that controls the development of soil? A. Climate B. Parent material C. Topography D. Time
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CLIMATE is the most significant factor that controls the development of soil.
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When the water level of a stream or river exceeds its natural banks, it has reached its: FLOOD STAGE.
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