Answer to question 4
The areas of water in this image are mostly a speckled grey tone, but with large sections of black. These black areas are:
The answer is D.
You're just guessing, aren't you?
There is absolutely no evidence for this!
Another wild guess!
Evidence for this comes from a number of image features. At the top, as the hills are illuminated by the radar, they show a brighter reflection from the radar-facing side which are the left side slopes. At the bottom right are two long piers jutting out into the water. These piers show a radar shadow to their right, which indicates radar illumination from the left.
Did You Know?
- The linear structures seen here are called internal waves.
- Ferries on their way to and from the islands can be seen on the water.
- These piers are the ferry (left) and bulk cargo (right) terminals at Tsawwassen, BC.
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