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  1. The water property that can neutralize acidic pollution and resist changes in pH is
  1. Alkaline    
  2. pH
  3. Conductivity
  4. Turbidity

A

2

  1. The property of water that is  quantitative capacity to react with a strong base to    a designated pH is called
  1. Acidity
  2. Alkaline
  3. Metals
  4. Solubility

B

3

  1. The property of water that is  to how well it can neutralize acidic pollution and resist changes in pH is called
  1. Acidity
  2. Alkaline
  3. Metals
  4. Solubility

B

4

  1. is the amount of oxygen consumed by bacteria in the decomposition of organic material
  1. Acidity
  2. Alkaline
  3. Basics
  4. BOD

D

5

  1. The water conductivity is increasing if the following an inorganic dissolved solids such as chloride, nitrate, sulfate, phosphate, sodium, magnesium, calcium, iron and aluminum is  
  1. increasing
  2. decreasing
  3. constant
  4. the water is pure

A

6

  1. The presence of organic substances like oil, alcohol, and sugar increases, the conductivity of water will be
  1. increasing
  2. decreasing
  3. constant
  4. zero

B

7

  1. The concentration of dissolved oxygen in a stream is increasing if

a. Temperature decreases\

b. fast moving Flow

c. the Aquatic Plants are more

d. in low Altitudes

e. with low levels of dissolved or suspended solids.

F. all mentioned

F

8

  1. The dissolved oxygen may drop significantly during Thus in streams with significant populations of algae and other aquatic plants, the dissolved oxygen concentration may fluctuated daily, reaching its highest levels in the. Because plants, like animals, also take in oxygen, dissolved oxygen levels may drop significantly by.
    1. early morning
    2. late afternoon
    3. early night
    4. midday

A

9

  1. The DO is decreasing during
    1. water release from the bottom of dams
    2. water release from the top of dams
    3. no water release from the dams
    4. all

A

10

  1. Carbonates, bicarbonates and hydroxides are considered  as
  1. Acidic
  2. Alkaline
  3. Metals
  4. BOD

B

11

  1. the amount of oxygen consumed by bacteria in the decomposition of organic material is called
  1. Conductivity
  2. BOD
  3. Fecal Coliform
  4. Hardness

B

12

  1. The content of calcium and magnesium salts is called
  1. BOD
  2. Alkaline
  3. Hardness
  4. Metals

C

13

  1. The most toxic metal in high concentrations to aquatic organisms is
  1. Calsium 
  2. Lead
  3. Magnesium  
  4. Ammonia

B

14

  1. The essential nutrients of Nitrogen compounds for plants is
  1. Ammonia
  2. Nitrite
  3. Nitrate 
  4. Total Kjeldahl

C

15

  1. The type of Nitrogen that is extremely toxic to aquatic life is 
  1. Ammonia
  2. Nitrite
  3. Nitrate 
  4. Total Kjeldahl

B

16

  1. The H+ or OH- ion activity may disrupt aquatic organisms biochemical reactions by either harming or killing the stream organisms if the water in a stream is
    a.         too acidic
  2.     too basic
  3.  nOT ASCIDIC AND NOT BASIC
  4.   too acidic or basic

D

17

  1. Oxygen is dissolved more
  1. In cold water    
  2. In mild water    
  3. In warm water 
  4. In hot water

A

18

  1. The total land area that drains surface water to a common point is called
  1.  Lakes   
  2. Streams    
  3. Overland flow 
  4. Watershed

D

19

  1. The type of flow that occurs when precipitation percolates just below the land surface is called
  1. overland  flow
  2. runoff   flow
  3. interflow 
  4. tributers

C

20

  1.  Rivers that are characterized by the temporary quick flow as a result of exceptionally heavy downpours or rapid melting of snow are
    1. Intermittent
    2. Ephemeral
    3. Permanent
    4. Meanders

B

21

  1. The study of the age of the lake is by using the  
  1. Carbon-14 isotope 
  2. Tritium isotope  
  3. Oxygen isotope
  4. Hilium-3 isotope

A

22

  1. The type of lakes the form in areas of volcanic eruption is called
  1. oxbow  
  2. crater
  3. glacial
  4. tectonic

B

23

  1. The seasonal lake that exists as a body of water during part of the year is called
  1. oxbow  
  2. underground
  3. former
  4. ephemeral

D

24

  1. Thermoclines in lakes are formed the reason of   
  1. Pressure differences and friction  
  2. Gravity
  3. Temperature and density relationships  
  4. Pressure and wind currents

C

25

  1. The water mix in lake layers occur during
  1. Cold season 
  2. Warm season 
  3. Late night 
  4. Early morning

A

26

  1. Which are lakes that suffered from having no chance of layer mix?
  1. Shallow lakes       
  2. Cold regions lakes     
  3. Tropical regions lakes
  4. High altitudes lakes

C

27

  1. The largest lake in Africa is
  1. Baikal    
  2. Ladoga    
  3. Victoria   
  4. Eare

C

28

  1. The deepest lake over the earth is
  1. Baikal   
  2. Ladoga   
  3. Victoria   
  4. Eare

A

29

  1. The matter that has the highest value of specific yield is
  1. peat
  2. clay
  3. silt
  4. fine sand

A

30

  1. the groundwater age is measured by
  1. Drilling
  2. Electrical resistance
  3. Tritium
  4. Wells

C