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Grade 2 Oceanography and Hydrology
A stream is
  1. a large body of water.
  2. a small body of water.
  3. a large body of water with salt.
Grade 9 Oceanography and Hydrology
A stream that flows into another larger stream is called a
  1. tributary.
  2. distributary.
  3. delta.
  4. meander.
Grade 9 Oceanography and Hydrology
The Gulf Stream
  1. is a circular current in the Gulf of Mexico.
  2. flows from the Gulf of Mexico north across the Atlantic Ocean.
  3. is an upwelling current along the coast of Mexico.
  4. is a river that runs into the Gulf of Mexico.
Grade 12 Oceanography and Hydrology
Grade 9 Atmosphere
The jet stream is
  1. a high-altitude river of air.
  2. the exhaust trail left behind by a speeding airplane.
  3. slow moving air mass over the Gulf of Mexico.
  4. in the Pacific Ocean off California.
Grade 11 Vocabulary
Tidal mouth of a large stream where the tide meets the stream.
  1. quicksilver
  2. estuaries
  3. hillocks
  4. none of the above
Grade 9 Oceanography and Hydrology
Which factor is most important in determining the erosive power of a stream?
  1. stream discharge
  2. dissolved load
  3. stream velocity
  4. channel width
Grade 7 Connotations and Denotations
River : Stream :: Mountain :
  1. Knoll
  2. Rock
  3. High
  4. Range
Grade 1 Prepositions CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.1.1i
Grade 2 Oceanography and Hydrology
Grade 12 Oceanography and Hydrology
What is a stream's gradient defined by?
  1. Steepness
  2. Velocity
  3. Discharge
  4. The water cycle
Grade 9 Oceanography and Hydrology
The slope of a stream is called its
  1. discharge.
  2. capacity.
  3. velocity.
  4. gradient.
College Medical Terms
to have access to the blood stream
  1. ability
  2. viability
  3. availability
  4. safe
Grade 8 Oceanography and Hydrology
Plants and trees surrounding a stream.
  1. vegetative buffer
  2. wetland
  3. ecological place
  4. garden
Grade 12 Oceanography and Hydrology
What features form when a stream slows significantly and deposits its stream load?
  1. Floodplains and point bars
  2. Icebergs and waterfalls
  3. Deltas and alluvial fans
  4. Aquifers and springs
Grade 3 Defining Words
A stream of liquid under pressure
  1. feature
  2. jet
  3. tentacle
  4. scar
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