ESM222




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ESM222

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1.

usually generates by frontal
lifting associated with midlatitude cyclones

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2.

s a system of
interconnected water
bodies

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3. Surface runoff is one of the causes of

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4.

The
ocean is the largest
waterbody covering about
one-third of the earth’s
surface.

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5.

precipitation is more than
5mm in diameter

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precipitation is more than
5mm in diameter

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7.

The
gives direct measurement
of evaporation.

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8.

The ocean which lies
around the North Pole and
covers an area of 14 million
square kilometres is

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9.

falls from the atmosphere to
the surface with a diameter
of 0

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10. Water boils at

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11.

A process by which water is
captured by plants and then
it returns to the atmosphere
via evaporation or
sublimation is referred to as

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12.

The more the
available, the greater the
rate of evapotranspiration.

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13.

is the instrument used to
measure evapotranspiration

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14.

A process by which water is
captured by plants and then
it returns to the atmosphere
via evaporation or
sublimation is referred to as

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15.

Factors which are capable
of altering the shape of a
drainage pattern exclude

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An aquifer is polluted by
leaking fuel through the

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17.

discharge is the volume of
water flowing past a fixed
point within a fixed unit of
time

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18.

The ocean which lies
around the North Pole and
covers an area of 14 million
square kilometres is

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19.

What occurs when the
volume of water exceeds
the capacity of the
channel?

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20.

discharge is the volume of
water flowing past a fixed
point within a fixed unit of
time

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21.

A record of flow over time is
called

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22.

Throughflow is the
subsurface movement of
water on continents

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23.

The oldest and most
important seaway in the
world which separates the
continents of Africa and
Europe is the

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24.

The oldest and most
important seaway in the
world which separates the
continents of Africa and
Europe is the

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is the surface flow of water
to areas of lower elevation

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26.

Throughflow of water within
the soil normally takes
place when the soil is
staurated with

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27.

In order to develop a
stream stage rating curve,
the stream flow must be
measured at
stages

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28.

___ relates water level to
an associated stream flow

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29.

are usually called the
“headwaters”

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30.

falls from the atmosphere
unto the earth's surface
with a diameter of 0.5mm

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is a system of
interconnected water
bodies

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32.

Freezing rain occurs at
temperatures below

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33.

In order to develop a
stream stage rating curve,
the stream flow must be
measured at
stages

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34.

The top of the groundwater
zone is called

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35.

The surface flow of water to
areas of lower elevation is
called

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36.

Water freezes at
Degree Celsius

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37.

A process by which water is
captured by plants and then
it returns to the atmosphere
via evaporation or
sublimation is referred to as

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38.

Vegetation, rock type and
___ affect the discharge
rate of a river

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39.

A farmer can calculate the
water needs of crops by
determining the

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40.

Movement of water in the
soil is not controlled by

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41.

Water freezes at
degree Celsius

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42.

How much energy is
required for
evapotranspiration to take
place?

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43.

Water freezes at
degree Celsius

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44.

The
is a system of
interconnected water
bodies

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45.

is the movement of water
from precipitation into the
soil layer.

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46.

At
the rainfall takes place at a
discrete point in time

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47.

The surface flow of water to
areas of lower elevation is

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A topographic region from
which a stream receives
runoff, throughflow, and
groundwater flow is called

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49.

is common to mid and high
altitudes

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50.

A topographical region from
which a stream which
receives runoff,
throughflow, and
groundwater flow is called
___ basin

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