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Fish Springs National Wildlife Refuge: Quiz


Question 1: Fish Springs National Wildlife Refuge is located at the southern end of the Great Salt Lake Desert, part of the ________ in Juab County, Utah.
Western United StatesGreat PlainsGreat BasinPacific Northwest

Question 2: Cache Valley | ________ | Dixie | Great Basin | Great Salt Lake | Great Salt Lake Desert | Mojave Desert | Monument Valley | San Rafael Swell | Uinta Mountains | Wasatch Back | Wasatch Front | Wasatch Range
Sangre de Cristo MountainsSouthern Rocky MountainsSan Luis ValleyColorado Plateau

Question 3: Fish Springs started as a ________ and Overland Stage station, and got its name from the fish that populated the springs, which were reported to be over six inches in length.
American Old WestPony ExpressCalifornia TrailOregon Trail

Question 4: George | ________ | Sandy | South Jordan | South Salt Lake | Spanish Fork | Springville | Taylorsville | Tooele | West Jordan | West Valley City
Sacramento, CaliforniaPhoenix, ArizonaSalt Lake County, UtahSalt Lake City

Question 5: Fish Springs is thought to be the end of a long flowpath of ________, starting in the Schell Creek Range and Snake Range area and flowing along permeable bedrock (e.g.

Question 6: ________) or faults toward Fish Springs.
LimestoneKarst topographySedimentary rockCarbonate rock

Question 7: As an oasis in the Great Basin ________ in western Utah, Fish Springs serves a variety of species including fish, migratory birds, deer, coyotes, pronghorn, cougars and other native species.
SaharaDesertAtacama DesertAntarctica


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