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Question 1: The moraines were formed at the conclusion of the ________, a time when glaciers covered much of North America.
Last glacial periodIce ageLast Glacial MaximumLittle Ice Age

Question 2: The common game species are Ruffed Grouse, waterfowl, squirrels, pheasants, bear, turkey, ________, and rabbits.
White-tailed deerCougarCoyoteBobcat

Question 3: The lake is open to ________ during the winter months.
Power kiteWind powerIce boatIce yachting

Question 4: The trail passes through a stand of White Pine, a small ________ and along the edge of Lake Arthur.
PondTemperate broadleaf and mixed forestsKelp forestWetland

Question 5: Coal mining was a profitable enterprise and seven coal beds were ________ and later strip mined.
United StatesOpen-pit miningCoal miningCoal producing regions

Question 6: In addition to his work with glass, Preston was also an geologist and ________.
Avery–MacLeod–McCarty experimentGriffith's experimentNatural historyMiller–Urey experiment

Question 7: ________ (Lawrence County)
McConnells Mill State ParkOil Creek State ParkLittle Buffalo State ParkRaccoon Creek State Park

Question 8: A tongue of the glacier reached into Pennsylvania and, as the ice receded, left deposits of gravel, sand and ________.
SoilEarthquakeClaySoil liquefaction

Question 9: Moraine State Park is a Pennsylvania state park on 16,725 acres (6,768 ha) in Brady, Clay, Franklin, Muddy Creek, and Worth Townships in Butler County, ________, in the United States.
PennsylvaniaNew JerseyConnecticutNorth Carolina

Question 10: The North Country Trail which begins near ________ in New York passes through the park on its way to Lake Sakakawea in North Dakota.
Great LakesLake ErieSaint Lawrence RiverLake Champlain


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