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Answer the following questions:

1. Why are salt lakes in deserts typically saltier than ocean water?

2. Large cracks in glaciers are called_______. They tend to form in the ________ part of a glacier, where the ice is ____________.

3. During the last ice age, the climate in the southwest of the United States was________; as a consequence, __________ formed.

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1. Why are salt lakes in deserts typically saltier than ocean water?
Salt is produced when water evaporates from the lake. Deserts have higher temperatures. The higher the temperature, the more water evaporates thus the higher level of salinity in the lake.

2. Large cracks in glaciers are called crevasses. They tend to form in the upper (where glacier is under tension) part of a glacier, where the ice is brittle (fragile or easily broken)....
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