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You have 100ml of sorted marbles, you add 50 ml of water, the new reading is 120ml, how much pore space is there?
What does water vapor need in the atmosphere in order to condense to form droplets?
All low pressure systems in the US move in what direction?
Sediments with a diameter of 1cm would be classified as what size?
What property of water allows is to moderate the yearly temperature of coastal cities?
Will large or small particles have greater permeability?
Which factor does not effect porosity?
As the population of an area increases, the pollution in the area...
During what season would an observer in New York experience the greatest potential evapotranspiration?
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Will large or small particles have greater capillarity?
What is the name of the zone located below the water table?
In which hemisphere would you be located if your winter falls in July?
As the slope of the surface increases, the infiltration rate...
What value needs to be considerably greater than precipitation in order for a region to be considered arid?
Will sorted or unsorted particles have a greater porosity?
As air temperature increases, potential evapotranspiration...
How much precipitation does an arid climate receive?
Is the climate at the North and South Poles humid or arid?

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