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The main reason for land subsidence is A. the destruction of plant life. B. desertification. C. the removal of water from aquifers. D. land exploitation.
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User: The main reason for land subsidence is A. the destruction of plant life. B. desertification. C. the removal of water from aquifers. D. land exploitation.

User: A. the destruction of plant life. B. desertification. C. the removal of water from aquifers. D. land exploitation.

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The main reason for land subsidence is the removal of water from aquifers.
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