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Question 1: Muffler, ed., Geothermal Systems: Principles and Case Histories (________: John Wiley & Sons, 1981), 26.
New YorkNew JerseyConnecticutMassachusetts

Question 2: Little Old Faithful Geyser, in ________, is an example.
Calistoga, CaliforniaNapa, CaliforniaAmerican Canyon, CaliforniaSt. Helena, California

Question 3: Geysers are quite rare, requiring a combination of water, ________, and fortuitous plumbing.
TemperatureHeatEnergyInternal energy

Question 4: The fact that such bacteria exist also stretches our imagination about life on other ________, both inside and outside of solar system.
Binary starVariable starAstronomical objectStar

Question 5: There used to be two large geysers fields in ________Beowawe and Steamboat Springs—but they were destroyed by the installation of nearby geothermal power plants.

Question 6: Similar solar heating-driven jets of gaseous carbon dioxide are believed to erupt from the south polar cap of ________ each spring.
Water on MarsDeimos (moon)MarsPhobos (moon)

Question 7: The geothermally heated water then rises back toward the surface by ________ through porous and fractured rocks.

Question 8: ________ marks its southwestern end, while the submarine Whakatane volcano (85 km/53 mi beyond White Island) is considered its northeastern limit.
Mount RuapehuHauhungatahiTongariro National ParkERLAWS

Question 9: [21] The best known of these is probably Crystal Geyser, near ________..
Ferron, UtahCastle Dale, UtahHuntington, UtahGreen River, Utah

Question 10: Water vapor jets have been observed near the south pole of Saturn's moon Enceladus, while nitrogen eruptions have been observed on ________'s moon Triton.
Io (moon)JupiterUranusNeptune

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