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Where are subduction zones likely to form?
Subduction zones are more likely to form At a convergent boundary.
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What do aerosols, the atmospheric particles, consist of? A. Nitrogen and oxygen B. Gas and water vapor C. Solid and liquid D. Water and carbon dioxide
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Aerosols, the atmospheric particles, consist of: Solid and liquid.
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What do aerosols, the atmospheric particles, consist of? A. Nitrogen and oxygen B. Gas and water vapor C. Solid and liquid D. Water and carbon dioxide
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Aerosols, the atmospheric particles, consist of: Solid and liquid.
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Which process is responsible for destroying shorelines along seawalls near urban areas? A. Deposition B. Eutrophication C. Groundwater infiltration D. Erosion
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Which process is responsible for destroying shorelines along seawalls near urban areas? A. Deposition B. Eutrophication C. Groundwater infiltration D. Erosion
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Erosion is responsible for destroying shorelines along seawalls near urban areas.
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In addition to surface tension, what's responsible for driving ocean waves?
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In addition to surface tension, Drag from wind is responsible for driving ocean waves.
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