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Study Guide for Test #1 11883 - GEO 105 - 01
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Study Guide Review Test 1 Living with the Great Lakes Previous Questions asked on Quizzes Quiz 1 1 Which of the Great Lakes has the largest surface water a Lake Superior How do Lake Superior and Lake Huron connect a St Mary s River Lake Michigan and Lake Huron connect at the Straits of Mackinac and therefore do what with each other a Rise and fall together Which lake lies in Lake Huron a Lake St Clair Which Great Lake is entirely in the US a Lake Michigan What order do the Great Lakes go in from largest surface area to smallest a Lake Superior Huron Michigan Erie and Ontario Where does Ontario connect to Lake Erie a Niagara Falls True or False Superior drains into the Atlantic Ocean a True following the Great Lakes Superior and the rest drain to the ocean from the St Lawrence river Quiz 2 1 Approximately how much water in contained within the Great Lakes a 6 quadrillion gallons An excess of fertilizers which contain Nitrogen and Phosphorus can cause a Eutrophication If you found 3 ppm DO when testing the water which of the following did you find a 3 parts per million of dissolved oxygen What happens to the amount of dissolved oxygen when temperatures decrease a Dissolved oxygen increases lf acid rain falls into a lake with very good alkalinity or buffering capacity what would happen a PH would stay the same Which of the following is a quantitative measure of the amount of particle matter in water a Turbidity Approximately how many years ago did the first inhabitants arrived in the Great Lakes region a 10000 years ago 8 9 What highly prized fur was widely sought after by the Europeans and an important part of the French Fur Trade in the Great Lakes Region a Beaver fur What was the most desired tree species by the lumber industry of the Great Lakes during the Lumbering Era a White Pine 10 True or False The interior of the Earth consists of one layer of material that has a uniform composition a False Quiz 3 1 10 How is the Earth organized a Earth has an inner and outer core a mantle and a crust Which of the following is the thinnest layer of the Earth a Outer core A rock is a a solid cohesive aggregate of one of or more materials Rocks that crystallize from melts are a lgneous Rocks that are formed by the crystallization of new minerals in the solid state ie without melting due to heat andor pressure are a Metamorphic Which of the following is an example of an igneous rock a Basa Earth s plates ride on circulating currents of hot rock This process moves the plates and is the product of a Convection According to platetectonic theory plates of rigid elastic move over a weak plastic layer below a Lithosphere It was the natural fit of the continents that indicated Alfred Wegener s interest in the possible drift of the continents True or False a True Which of the following geological features on Earth s surface exists because of plate tectonics a All of the above Ocean basins continents oceanic island chains and fault nes
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