Getting a First Idea (216) IIGreenhouse gases and how they produce a warming effect IIIReasons why global warming is a problem IVPossible ways to address the problem of climate change IThe political and scientific controversy caused by global warming (II is also a possible answer.) IIThe process by which carbon dioxide accumulates in the atmosphere IIWhat we know and don’t know about global warming VThe need to change our attitudes and behavior
The Greenhouse Effect Main Idea Check Paragraphs 1-2 A.1 B.2 A Closer Look (pg. 227) 1.False (Par.1, lines 17-20) 2.False (Par. 1, lines 20-22) 3.Evidence, inconclusive; predictions;debate
The Greenhouse Effect Section II: Facts and Uncertainties Main Idea Check (pgs. 227-228) Paragraphs 3-6 A.4 B.6 C.5 D.3
The Greenhouse Effect Paragraphs 7-12 E. 10 F. 12 G. 8 H. 9 I. 7 J. 11
The Greenhouse Effect A Closer Look (pgs. 228-229) 1. a (Pars. 7 and 8); b (Par. 10); d (Par. 6) e (Par.5) 2. The boxes of D and F are interchangeable. D C An increase in global temperatures F A E B
The Greenhouse Effect Section III: Potential Effects of Climate Change Main Idea Check (pgs. 229) Paragraphs 13-16 A.15 B.14 C.16 D.13
The Greenhouse Effect A Closer Look (pgs. 229-230) 1.True (Par. 13, lines 1-4) 2.A (The example supports the main idea of Par. 14)
3. The positions of Boxes C and A are interchangeable. C Demand for irrigation will increase and may outgrow the available water resources. A B The Greenhouse Effect
Section IV: Responding to the Threat Main Idea Check (pgs. 230-231) Paragraphs 17-20 A.20 B.18 C.17 D.19
The Greenhouse Effect Paragraphs 21-24 and 25-28 E. 23 F.21 G.24 H.22 I.27 J.28 K.25 L.26
The Greenhouse Effect A Closer Look (pgs. 231-233) 1.True (Par. 18) 2.A (Par.22, lines 1-4); b (Par.19, lines 4-5) c (Par.19, lines 5-6); d (Par.20, lines 3-6)
The Greenhouse Effect 3. The government provides incentives to producers, consumers, and researchers. It also increases the price of energy produced from fossil fuels BD C A EF The country consumes less fossil fuel energy than it used to.
The Greenhouse Effect 4. a. The direct costs of the conservation measures will be high. (Par. 23, lines 1-7) b. The conversion from fossil fuels will be very expensive. (Par. 23, lines 7-13) 5. Boxes B and D are interchangeable. B D AC
The Greenhouse Effect 6. Boxes B and C are interchangeable. B C AD
The Greenhouse Effect Main Idea Check (pgs. 233) Paragraphs 29-34 A.30 B.31 C.29 D.32 E.34 F.33
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