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Which of the following most affects the size of the Great Salt Lake?
A.the salt in the lake
B. the region’s climate
C. human modifications of the lake
D. the minerals in the soil under the lake

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  1. hot and dry -----> water evaporates

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  2. so the climate?
    i figured it would be c

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  3. What does your book say?

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    Ms. Sue
  4. Im not sure, the teacher said even he doesnt know for sure which it would be.

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  5. I think Damon is right

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    Ms. Sue
  6. http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/gsl/physical_char/

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  7. Damon is correct... The evaporation causes the water level to increase and decrease, frequently.

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