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A surface pollution spill on a Class 2 hillslope is likely to pollute:CorrectIncorrect
Open-cast mining on the midslope of a Class 1 hillslope will have a greater impact on wetlands than mining on Class 3 hillslopes.CorrectIncorrect
Afforestation of the upperslopes of Class 4 hillslope will:CorrectIncorrect
The hillslope class associated with the highest peakflow isCorrectIncorrect
The hillslope class with the lowest direct contribution to streamflow would be:CorrectIncorrect