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St. Clair River: Quiz

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Question 1: Clair River shoreline and flats consist of two biological zones: upland and transitional, both of which are normally above the water table, but which may be ________ periodically.
Flood controlNetherlandsFloodHurricane Katrina

Question 2: This takes into account the combined drainage areas of ________, Michigan, and Superior.
Great LakesLake HuronNorthern MichiganLake Ontario

Question 3: Clair Flats", the only major river delta in the Great Lakes and the largest ________ delta in North America.
Water resourcesEarthFreshwaterAcid rain

Question 4: The heaviest concentration of industry (including a large ________ complex) lies along the Ontario shore south of Sarnia.
PolycarbonatePetrochemicalEthyleneChemical industry

Question 5: The river is also a significant component in the Great Lakes Waterway with shipping channels permitting cargo vessels to travel between the upper and lower ________.
OntarioJames BayGreat LakesArctic Ocean

Question 6: Clair River is ________ and heavily industrialized.
UrbanizationUnited StatesChicagoNew town

Question 7: The St. Clair River is a river in central North America which drains ________ into Lake St Clair, forming part of the International Boundary between the Canadian province of Ontario and the U.S.

Question 8: emergent ________ (plants seen above the water surface),
VegetationEcosystemFire ecologyEcological succession

Question 9: During the 20th century, freighters returned from the upper Great Lakes with iron ore, ________, grain - products of some of these settlers' labor.
CopperSilverPalladiumGold

Question 10: Clair to its mouth at ________.
Lake ErieLake SuperiorGreat LakesLake Ontario







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