> The river might be the entire border, or only part of the border > (like the Detroit River). Answers may repeat.
> 1. Paraná. Brazil > 2. Brahmaputra. India > 3. Tigris. Iran > 4. Orinoco. Mexico > 5. Minho. Portugal > 6. Amur. Turkey > 7. Hall's Stream. Canada > 8. Ubangi. Kenya > 9. Morava. Russia > 10. Odra (or Oder). Russia > mixing nutrients within the water column for the benefit of > all living things. To the nearest whole degree, what is this > temperature where water is densest? 4 degrees
> 4. Tabular, blocky, wedge, dome, pinnacle, dry dock, and growler > are all terms that describe variations of what cold-weather > phenomenon? Icicles > snowpack, where it refreezes and forms a crust on the snow. > What is the scientific name for the process of ice turning > directly to vapor, without passing through a liquid state first? Sublimation > about 22°, creating a halo around the sun. On occasion, this > refraction can create the appearance of two smaller suns on > either side of the actual sun. What is this phenomenon called? Bailey's Beads > 7. What is the common term for the muscular effect known as > "horripilation"? Shivering > experience excessively reduced blood flow to the fingers > and toes, causing them to turn white and numb. What is this > condition, named for a 19th-century French physician? Reynaud's syndrome > 9. 6 years after little Louise Brown of England became a household > name, Zoe Leyland of Melbourne Australia entered the history > books in 1984, for what cold-related "first"? First frozen embryo to result in a live birth > 10. Name the American who pioneered the process of flash-freezing > food by exposing it to supercooled substances, such as liquid > nitrogen.