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QUESTION:
What property of the water molecule is most important for creating strong hydrogen bonds between the molecules and so the unusual properties?

DETAILS: a. it consists of 3 bonded atoms rather than 2 bonded atoms b. the covalent bonds of the molecule c. the bend in the molecule creating a more positive and negative side d. the open, hexagonal structure of ice

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2014-04-20 04:43:59
Earth Sciences & Geology
QUESTION:
If a block of snow has a snow water equivalent of 10 inches and a density of 20% how deep would the snow be?

DETAILS: 2 inches 20 inches 50 inches 200 inches

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2014-04-20 04:37:32
Earth Sciences & Geology
QUESTION:
Which of the following statements about plant growth in the Arctic is TRUE?

DETAILS: a. Plant growth will definitely increase everywhere in the Arctic because there will be longer growing seasons. b. Plant growth will definitely decrease everywhere in the Arctic because plants will be more likely to be damaged when ground freezes if there is only a thin snowpack. c. Plants will respond in a complex way to changes in seasonal snow due to longer growing seasons but also potentially increased damage from frosts and less water availability

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2014-04-20 04:36:13
Earth Sciences & Geology
QUESTION:
is there somewhere beyond the sea?

DETAILS: somewhere beyond the sea, is she there watching for me? if I could fly like birds high, could I go sailing? it seems far beyond the moon. I know without a doubt my heart will lead me there someday. will we meet beyond the shore? will I be happy beyond the sea? never again will I go sailing if so. please answer.

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2014-04-20 03:32:17
Earth Sciences & Geology
QUESTION:
Vesuvius is the most densely populated volcanic region on Earth?

DETAILS: There are 3 million people living within the range of it's fury and it is supposed to erupt 40 times within the next millennia. I just want to go there and shout at everyone, "What the hell are you greaseball spumoni-eating Guineas doing?! You're just building another exhibit!"

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2014-04-20 02:03:42
Earth Sciences & Geology
QUESTION:
Match the phenomenon with the location.?

DETAILS: Match the phenomenon with the location. A. Divergent plate boundary B. Subduction zone C. Standing wave resonance D. Bar-built estuary E. Formed by wave erosion F. Tectonic estuary G. Continent-Continent collision plate boundary H. Hard stabilization I. Formed by longshore transport J. Hot spot volcanic activity ________________________________________ 1. Sea stack 2. Groin 3. Mid-Atlantic Ridge 4. Spit 5. San Francisco Bay 6. Himalaya Range 7. Laguna Madre 8. Hawaiian Islands 9. Causes extreme tidal range in the Bay of Fundy 10. Aleutian Islands

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2014-04-20 01:47:12
Earth Sciences & Geology
QUESTION:
True or False? The troposphere is 8-16 km(5-10 miles) above the earth's surface?

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2014-04-20 01:26:34
Earth Sciences & Geology
QUESTION:
A drop was recorded in the ocean pH of 0.1 unit, what is the % increase in acidity?

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2014-04-20 01:02:41
Earth Sciences & Geology
QUESTION:
why are centripetal force and centrifugal force important in geography?

DETAILS: World Geo.

--Mehdi Y

2014-04-19 23:52:34
Earth Sciences & Geology
QUESTION:
What is the speed of a person located at the Equator due to the Earth's rotation?

DETAILS: What is the speed of a person located at the Equator due to the Earth's rotation? (R earth = 6.39 x 10^6 m) A.) 0 B.) 465 m/s C.) 7.27 x 10^-5 rad/s D.) 4.65 m/s How far does the person travel during one complete revolution of the Earth, in the first question? A.) 6.39 x 10^6 m B.) 7.27 x 10^5 m C.) 4.02 x 10^7 m D.) 1.28 x 10^7 m

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2014-04-19 23:10:09
Earth Sciences & Geology
QUESTION:
HELP::::metamorphic rocks form as a result of?

DETAILS: 1-surface weathering. 2-deformation and recrystallization of outer core material during exhumation. 3-evaporation. 4-solidification of certain types of lava. 5-solid state recrystallization of rocks. 6-burial and melting of sediments.

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2014-04-19 22:38:02
Earth Sciences & Geology
QUESTION:
Could one of you kind souls explain how water supply works?

DETAILS: Normally the answer I get is "Well it comes from the reservoir blah blah blah". What I'm asking is, where does the water that comes from the reservoir come from, hows it get there!? I'm looking for a "root" answer, a detailed answer, the more long winded the better. Most importantly, I want to know how people from the past (Ancient/Medieval) managed their water supply. So I'll just ballpark some questions to help illustrate my point. 1.) How did the water demand differ from small villages/towns to a large densely populated city? What various instruments and techniques were used to supply said water? 2.) Did they get it from a creek, a lake, a river? I'm wondering where the Roman aqueduct water came from. Where are they getting this fresh water? (Don't tell me the self-replenishing fountain of youth, cause I wanna know where THAT water came from) 3.) Safety wise, did the know to boil water before drinking it? 4.) Lastly, what happened when water was scarce? Did they have to ration it? The famous Sri Lankan king Parākramabāhu I of Sri Lanka stated "do not let a drop of water seep into the ocean without benefiting mankind ". I would like to know how they did that. Any help GREATLY appreciated.

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2014-04-19 22:34:33
Earth Sciences & Geology
QUESTION:
soil formation is directly related to chemical weathering- true OR false?

DETAILS: true or false

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2014-04-19 22:28:34
Earth Sciences & Geology
QUESTION:
Calculate the mole fraction of methanol alcohol, CH3OH, if 6.00 g of CH3OH were dissolved in 865 g of CCl4.?

DETAILS: Help!

--janetbehning@sbcglobal.net

2014-04-19 22:16:22
Earth Sciences & Geology
QUESTION:
How does global positioning system work?

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2014-04-19 22:08:29
Earth Sciences & Geology
QUESTION:
Please Explain: How the almost closed nature of Earth's system affects the abundance of natural resourses available to humankind?

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2014-04-19 22:05:52
Earth Sciences & Geology
QUESTION:
Two reasons why scientists classify earth as almost a closed system?

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2014-04-19 22:01:03
Earth Sciences & Geology
QUESTION:
need help with project earth science global warming?

DETAILS: describe what climate justice is what are the problems for the nations that are seeking it? does any body know the answer to this? explain what the current view of politicians in our country is on the issue of global warming and specifically the issue of providing monies for countries other than our own.

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2014-04-19 21:42:07
Earth Sciences & Geology
QUESTION:
Help with AP Environmental Science?

DETAILS: A neoclassical economy is characterized by: A. prices set by how much a product or service sells for on the market B. cost-benefit analysis of aesthetic, bequest, and existence values C. viewing the human economic system as a subset of the environment D. selling services instead of things E. a focus on poverty reduction

--iHeartTaylorLautner

2014-04-19 20:16:54
Earth Sciences & Geology
QUESTION:
Question about the movie transcendence?

DETAILS: Hello , i have always had those fears about the future of earth with the scary technological advances . Today i have just watched the movie transcendence which totally distrubed me to know that those horrifying techs. Can actually be created some day in the future and not so far , the idea of replacing human brain with some exact machine is very distrubing and destroying every beautiful thing in life making human only machines and everything work like a machine So the question is..is that really happening? Wont anybody stop against that??

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2014-04-19 19:50:25
Earth Sciences & Geology

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