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13. If we used wave energy to produce electricity, which of the following would be a positive environmental benefit?

A) We would have power to run lights on navigation buoys
B) We would reduce the amount of fossil fuels used to produce electricity and reduce pollution.
C) The wave energy devices would provide resting places for sea birds.
D) The wave devices would protect beaches from erosion.

I think its B, but I am not sure. Its one of those questions that tries to mess with you.

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