Mar 24 2019 |
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Which of the following places once developed from a residential hill?
Here are eight characteristics of a sea polder, peat polder or a drained lake. What are the characteristics of a drained lake?
Block-shaped and modern eco-efficient land parcellation.
Dates back to the 11th century.
Located 3 to 4 metres below NAP.
Dates back to the 17th century.
Natural drainage is possible regularly.
Located 1 to 2 metres below NAP.
Located 1 to 2 metres above NAP.
Narrow, long plots.
Look at the figure above.
Which landscape does this cross-section show?
The River landscape.
The Dune landscape.
The Peat moor landscape.
The Marine clay landscape.
I. Drinking-water in the Netherlands is extracted from ground and surface water.
II. In the dunes along the North Sea coast, the surface water is infiltrated.
Which statement(s) is/are true?
I is true and II is false.
I is false and II is true.
I and II are both false.
I and II are both true.
Today, what changes can be seen in the Dutch water policy?
Retaining water and allocating designated flooding areas.
Reducing the ground water level, allowing for more water to be collected during wet periods.
Increased water drainage to keep low lying areas dry.
Building reservoirs, so that the water can be retained better and longer.
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