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|Based on information in the Article, which best describes a difference between Lusatia shortly before the LMBV project began and Lusatia today?
|Shortly before the LMBV project began, Lusatia’s landscape was barren, while Lusatia’s landscape today is being reshaped to feature lakes, canals, and long stretches of bicycle trails.
|What is this Article mainly about?
|A region of Germany that had been left barren by strip mining is being transformed into a destination for tourists.
|Which is the closest synonym for the word deleterious, as it is used in the Article?
|This Article would be most useful as a source for a student research project on __.
|The long-term environmental affects of strip mining.
|The reader can infer from the Article that __.
|Tourists must often seek out destinations with outdoor features such as lakes, canals, and bicycle trails.
|Which would be the closest antonym for the word augment, as it is used above?
|Which passage from the Article best supports the idea that mining for lignite destroys the landscape?
|Unlike underground mining, which involves digging shafts, strip mining involves working from above, removing layer upon layer of soil, rock
|Based on the Article, which is most likely to happen?
|The German government will take steps to promote Lusatia as a tourist destination for people living both inside and outside the country.