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Question 1: The largest lake located completely within the boundaries of a single city is Lake Wanapitei in the city of Sudbury, ________, Canada.
OntarioQuebecBritish ColumbiaManitoba

Question 2: Any water within an endorheic basin leaves the system only through ________ or seepage.
EvaporationWater vaporTemperatureGas

Question 3: Two notable remnants of this lake are ________ and Lake Winnipegosis.
Lake ManitobaManitobaLake WinnipegRed River Trails

Question 4: Asia - Lake Baikal (if the ________ is considered a lake, it is the largest in Eurasia, but is divided between the two geographic continents)
Issyk KulArctic OceanCaspian SeaAral Sea

Question 5: What does the following picture show?

  Salt crystals, on the shore of Lake Urmia, Iran
  Badwater Basin dry lake, February 15, 2007. Landsat 5 satellite photo.
  Salt crystals, on the shore of Lake Urmia, Iran
  Lake Chad in a 2001 satellite image, with the actual lake in blue, and vegetation on top of the old lake bed in green.

Question 6: The largest lake located on an island is Nettilling Lake on ________, with an area of 5542 km² and a maximum length of 123 km.
Baffin IslandBylot IslandMelville Island (Canada)Ellesmere Island

Question 7: ________, which once covered much of central North America, is a good example of a shrunken lake.
Lake AgassizLake ChicagoLake MaumeeGlenwood Shoreline

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  Titan's north polar hydrocarbon seas and lakes as seen in a false-color Cassini synthetic aperture radar mosaic.
  A portion of the Great Salt Lake in Utah, United States
  The Caspian Sea is considered either the world's largest lake or a full-fledged sea.[1]
  A portion of the Great Salt Lake in Utah, United States

Question 9: Water in this type of lake may be fresh or highly ________, and may contain various dissolved minerals.
OxygenAcid–base reactionAcid dissociation constantAcid

Question 10: Large lakes are occasionally referred to as "inland seas," and small seas are occasionally referred to as lakes, such as ________, which is actually a bay.
Lake MaracaiboPetroleumVenezuelaBacteria
















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