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Running head: CALIFORNIA 1
Match the whales as either a toothed whale or a baleen whale.
A.
Acrobatic humpback whale
A.
Blue whale
B.
Harbor porpoise
B.
Sperm whales
A.
Baleen whale
B.
Toothed whale
Where does most of the ocean pollution come from?
Land
Oil rigs
Fishing boats
Cargo ships
X
is a bend in a coastline that forms an
open bay.
X
is threatened by many forms of pollution
extends from Point Conception to San
Diego.
QUESTION 4
1. The Native American population in California spoke 135 different dialects and practiced
different religions. TRUE
X
FALSE
QUESTION 6
1. Which of the following is not true regarding wetland areas in California?
X
They are transition zones from land to ocean.
It supports an abundant and diverse assemblage of plants and animals existing
in aquatic, semiaquatic, and terrestrial habitats.
The plants are salt tolerant.
Gives shelter to several different mature species of fish.
QUESTION 7
1. What year did California become a part of the United States?

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CALIFORNIA 2
1950
X
1850
1776
1890
1750
QUESTION 8
1. On which Californian island were the oldest Native Californian settlements found?
San Clemente Island
Santa Rosa Island
San Miguel Island
X
Catalina Island
San Nicolas Island
QUESTION 9
1. Which statements about droughts are true. (Select all that apply)
X
Two to three consecutive years of below-average precipitation are needed
to define as a drought in California.
X
Droughts are common in California.
One year of below-average precipitation can be defined as a drought.
QUESTION 10
1. Seals differ from sea lions in that they lack external ears and can’t turn their hind flippers
forward so they are less mobile on land.
X
TRUE FALSE
QUESTION 11
1. The sewage plants are an example of?
Non-point source pollution
X
Point source pollution
Both point and non-point source pollution
Sewage plants don’t pollute at all

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Running head: CALIFORNIA 1 Match the whales as either a toothed whale or a baleen whale. A. Acrobatic humpback whale A. Blue whale B. Harbor porpoise A.Baleen whale B. Toothed whale B. Sperm whales Where does most of the ocean pollution come from? Land Oil rigs Fishing boats Cargo ships QUESTION 3 1. The Southern California Bight (select all that apply): is a bend in a coastline that forms an open bay. is threatened by many forms of pollution extends from Point Conception to San Diego. X X QUESTION 4 1. The Native American population in California spoke 135 different dialects and practiced different religions. TRUE X FALSE QUESTION 6 1. Which of the following is not true regarding wetland areas in California? X They are transition zones from land to ocean. It supports an abundant and diverse assemblage of plants and animals existing in aquatic, semiaquatic, and terrestrial habitats. The plants are salt tolerant. Gives shelter to several different mature species of fish. QUESTION 7 1. What year did California become a part of the United States? CALIFORNIA X 2 1950 1850 1776 1890 1750 QUESTION 8 1. On which Californian island were the oldest Native Californian settlements found? X San Clemente Island Santa Rosa Island San Miguel Island Catalina Island San Nicolas Island QUESTION 9 1. Which statements about droughts are true. (Select all that apply) X X Two to three consecutive years of below-average precipitation are needed to define as a drought in C ...
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