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Question 1: The ________-covered Kenai Mountains (7,000 ft/2,130 m) run along the southeast spine of the peninsula along the coast of the Gulf of Alaska.
Current sea level riseIce sheetLittle Ice AgeGlacier

Question 2: ________ is a major industry, along with outfitting and guiding services for hunters and fishers.
World Tourism rankingsTravel and Tourism Competitiveness ReportTourismHotel

Question 3: Seward is the southern terminus of the ________.
Central Oregon and Pacific RailroadFlorida East Coast RailwayWhite Pass and Yukon RouteAlaska Railroad

Question 4: The peninsula also has natural gas, petroleum, and ________ deposits, as well as abundant commercial and personal-use fisheries.
Grid energy storageCoalHydroelectricityWind power

Question 5: Kachemak Bay, a small inlet off the larger ________, extends into the peninsula's southwest end, much of which is part of Kachemak Bay State Park
Cook InletAleutian IslandsAnchorage, AlaskaAlaska

Question 6: The name Kenai is possibly derived from Kenayskaya, the Russian name for ________, which borders the peninsula to the west.
Anchorage, AlaskaAleutian IslandsAlaskaCook Inlet

Question 7: It is separated from the mainland on the west by ________ and on the east by Prince William Sound.
Aleutian IslandsAnchorage, AlaskaCook InletAlaska

Question 8: The Kenai Peninsula is a large peninsula jutting from the southern coast of ________ in the United States.
Northwestern United StatesWashingtonHawaiiAlaska







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