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Geography 2152F/G Final: Reading Questions
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Department
Geography
Course
Geography 2152F/G
Professor
Mark Moscicki
Semester
Winter

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GEOG 2152: Geography of Hazards Reading #1 Review Questions 1. How have years of drought changed the soil in the region? • Years of drought have concentrated naturally occurring salts in the soil, which made the farmland not suitable for planting tomatoes, almonds, organic broccoli and other crops any longer. 2. Why is California’s Central Valley so important to U.S. agriculture? • Soil is rich, weather is warm, the best environment for various crops to grow. So supply the majority of domestic needs of agricultural products in US. 3. How do farmers in the region obtain water for their fields? • Using surface flows from rivers • Groundwater 4. Explain the importance of winter storms in the western United States. • For the western US, most water arrives in winter storm and mountain snowpack serves as the West’s water towner. 5. What trend has been noticed in the mountain
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