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Which of the following statements about water is true?
a) Water is necessary for life to survive. b) Water exists in liquid form only. c) Water in ice is a gas. d) Water covers 1/4 of Earth's surface.
Only three percent of the total water on Earth is
a) liquid water b) ocean water c) salt water d) fresh water
A puddle drying up on a sunny day is an example of
a) transpiration b) evaporation c) condensation d) precipitation
Precipitation occurs when
a) solid or liquid water falls from clouds b) solid or liquid water forms clouds c) water vapor forms clouds d) water vapor falls from clouds
A decrease in temperature may cause water to change from a
a) solid to a liquid b) liquid to a solid c) solid to a gas, d) liquid to a gas
About how much of the total water on Earth is salt water?
a) 3% b) 24% c) 76% d) 97%
A place in which groundwater is forced upward by pressure is called
a) an artesian well b) a volcanic well c) an aquifer d) a spring
Granite does not allow water to flow through it. Granite is an example of
a) an aquifer b) a spring c) impermeable rock d) permeable rock
Divides separate
a) wells b) aquifers c) permeable rock d) drainage basins
In a pond, an increase in nutrients may cause large amounts of algae to grow. This increase is part of the process of
a) eutrophication b) evaporation c) condensation d) turnover
An increase in temperature can cause liquid water to change to
a) ice cubes b) water vapor c) rain d) sleet
Which water cycle process forms clouds?
a) evaporation b) condensation c) precipitation d) transpiration
Most of the energy that drives the water cycle comes from
a) the Sun b) Earth's cores c) Earth's oceans d) the equator
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