Science - Drinking Water and Water Reserves

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Epic Bob
Created by Epic Bob over 6 years ago
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Made by: Naomi, Braydon, Kais, Sonya, Daniel, and Nydel

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Question 1

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What happens when you drill too many wells in the same area?
Answer
  • Nothing. People have more access to water.
  • There is less water above ground (this is where the water comes from) and the wells go dry
  • There is less water below ground (this is where the water comes from) and the wells go dry
  • The wells fight each other and the winner stays

Question 2

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What would happen to the Earth if we ran out of water?
Answer
  • All humans would die
  • All plants would die
  • We'd be thirsty (then die)
  • All of the above

Question 3

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Where does drinking water come from?
Answer
  • Underground reserves
  • Springs
  • Lakes
  • All of the above

Question 4

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What is the layer of rock that water cannot pass through called?
Answer
  • Permeable rock
  • Impermeable rock
  • Layer o' rock
  • All of the above

Question 5

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Wetlands are formed by ocean water being pressured through the ground and seeping into fields
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 6

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25 000 years ago Death Valley was filled with water
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 7

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What types of rocks make an aquifer?
Answer
  • Gravel
  • Diamonds
  • Dirt
  • Sand
  • Silt
  • More dirt
  • Permeable rock

Question 8

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What conditions produce a hot spring?
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  • Geothermally heated ground water
  • Artificial heating from failed government experiments
  • Magma settled under a small body of water where the heat from the magma can evaporate
  • All of the above

Question 9

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Name a wetland
Answer
  • Laguna de Rocha
  • Laguna del Spiero
  • The National Wetlands of North Korea
  • All of the above

Question 10

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How do wetlands benefit humans?
Answer
  • Trick question: they don't
  • When water passes through them, sediment in the water settles on the floor, thus improving our water quality
  • The main source of our drinking water comes from wetlands, and therefore we need them to drink from and survive
  • They're actually harmful to us; the wetland water can pollute our water system with harmful bacteria such a E. Coli and Salmonella

Question 11

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Our water is mainly sourced from filtering ocean water
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 12

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This is a good quiz that deserves an A+ (100%, 100/100, etc.)
Answer
  • True
  • False
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