1) Two locations, one in northern Canada and one in the southwestern United States, receive the same amount of precipitation each year.


1)
Two locations, one in northern Canada and one in the southwestern United States, receive
the same amount of precipitation each year. The location in Canada is classified as a humid
climate. Why would the location in the United States be classified as an arid climate?
A)
The soil-moisture storage in the southwestern United States is more than that in northern
Canada.
B)
The vegetation of the southwestern United States is different from that of northern
Canada,
C)
The potential evapotranspiration is greater in the southwestern United States than in
northern Canada
D)
The yearly distribution of precipitation is different.


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